JavaScript Dynamic Rendering — An Ultimate Solution for SEO Issues — ZealousWeb

1) Efficiency and Speed:

2) Same Language Platform for Teams:

3) Cost:

4) Security:

JavaScript and SEO — The perfect match?

a) Crawling:

b) Indexing:

c) Ranking:

1) Server-Side Rendering:

But along with its quick loading time, there are a few drawbacks

  • A system with limited internet
  • If a server receives too many requests, the loading time increases due to processing difficulty, which will cause issues in UX.
  • Requesting far away from the server

2) Client-Side Rendering:

There are a few drawbacks of rendering a webpage directly on the browser:

  • Everything has to be processed at the client’s end, which takes more time at the user end to load the page.
  • Crawler put pages to be rendered in the queue and process them with time, which causes a delay in indexing by Search Engines.

3) Dynamic Rendering — A Saviour

Some of the common Pre-Renderers used are:

  • Puppeteer — A renderer from Google. It can help to generate screenshots and PDFs of web pages, create pre-rendered content to deliver, and the best part is, it’s free.
  • Rendertron — A Renderer available on Github, it is designed to render web pages that Googlebot can’t execute.
  • Prerender.io — This is a paid solution and will cost money if you are planning to render bulk pages.

1) Use Caching for Faster Server Response

2) Avoid Accidental Cloaking

3) User-agents

4) Monitor Logs

5) Perform SEO Auditing For Bots

Conclusion

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