Google crawls Text in Adobe Flash now

Posted: Jul 1 2008, 2:19am CDT | by , in News | Other Stuff
Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:10am CDT

 

Google crawls Text in Adobe Flash now
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Google announces that the Google crawlers can now "look inside" Adobe Flash files and index the textual content.

Now that Google has launched the Flash indexing algorithm, web designers can expect improved visibility of their published Flash content, and you can expect to see better search results and snippets.
For SEO specialists the question will be the relevancy the Google search algorithm will attribute to text stored in Flash files. Are text Flash files more important or less?
Via the Google blog.


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