Why Doesn’t My JavaScript Page Get Cached In Google?

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JavaScript is an integral part of the internet experience as developers are building increased interactions and complexity into various applications. Things like search engines, ecommerce, content management systems, responsive design, social media and phone apps would not be possible without it.

JavaScript is a programming language used in a number of different things that inbound marketers use everyday, as mentioned above, and is commonly used to create interactive effects within web browsers and track visitor action.

In this episode of #AskGooglebot, John Mueller tackles the issue of JavaScript-framework pages that don’t show in Google’s cached view.

Is this normal, or a sign of a problem? Check out the video to find out!

Scott Davenport

Scott Davenport is the content writer and social media man of Thrive Business Marketing and Thrive HVAC in Portland Oregon. Writing about the current events of the SEO world, as well as tips and advice that fellow SEOs could use to improve their own SEO campaigns and shares it for the whole world to see!

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