December 03, 2002
Search Flash

When it comes to search engine indexing, Flash has definitely one big flaw - it doesn't register. Macromedia tries to change that with their search engine SDK, but the question remains if or when Google will use it and on top of that if it comes to direct inside links it can not help you anyway.

Now mylab and cyberfunk from flashtools.com have come with a technique which sounds quite promising. On their site search-flash.com they elaborate in detail how you can have your flash site get indexed by Google and how you can improve user-experience by offering direct links to the content inside your flash site. It's quite a lot of read, but in the end it's not too difficult to understand.

[Via JD]

Posted at December 03, 2002 11:35 PM | Further reading
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