Can you put mega tags for the search engine optimization in Flash CS3?

Posted on 26 October 2010 by SEOman from Seattle

If so how do you do it?

Originally posted 2010-10-16 06:23:43. Go Home page

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  1. desertcities07 Says:

    You can use in your CS3 the SWF metadata property of your SWF file to add a title and description to your flash file which helps you in regard to others being able to search the internet for your swf files, but really doesn’t help much in terms to what links you might have in your flash file or your page ranking.

    Search engines today are doing much better at indexing flash files but still have a long way to go. But in terms of the title tag, this is paramount today of any of the meta tags. The other meta tags are next to worthless.

    I tell my designers to use flash below the fold of a web page or to be very careful so that the flash file will not hinder the major search engine spiders from indexing the rest of the website or other important links.

  2. VicSEO Says:

    The SEO solution is quite simple. Beginning with a “splashpage” which should be an ordinary HTML-based webpage, and insert your piece of Flash CS3 and size it small. Then return to the metatag properties of the HTML-based splashpage and complete appropriately, the , <description> and <keywords> entries. And of course, provide a more “direct escape” link to the index.html webpage [which normally follows the splashpage] and name this link “Skip Intro” to permit dial-up subscribers to quickly bypass any Flash downloads contained within the splashpage.</p> <p>Good luck!</keywords></description>

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Can you put mega tags for the search engine optimization in Flash CS3?

Posted on 26 October 2010 by SEOman from Seattle

If so how do you do it?

Originally posted 2010-10-16 06:23:43. Go Home page

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4 Comments For This Post

  1. desertcities07 Says:

    You can use in your CS3 the SWF metadata property of your SWF file to add a title and description to your flash file which helps you in regard to others being able to search the internet for your swf files, but really doesn’t help much in terms to what links you might have in your flash file or your page ranking.

    Search engines today are doing much better at indexing flash files but still have a long way to go. But in terms of the title tag, this is paramount today of any of the meta tags. The other meta tags are next to worthless.

    I tell my designers to use flash below the fold of a web page or to be very careful so that the flash file will not hinder the major search engine spiders from indexing the rest of the website or other important links.

  2. VicSEO Says:

    The SEO solution is quite simple. Beginning with a “splashpage” which should be an ordinary HTML-based webpage, and insert your piece of Flash CS3 and size it small. Then return to the metatag properties of the HTML-based splashpage and complete appropriately, the , <description> and <keywords> entries. And of course, provide a more “direct escape” link to the index.html webpage [which normally follows the splashpage] and name this link “Skip Intro” to permit dial-up subscribers to quickly bypass any Flash downloads contained within the splashpage.</p> <p>Good luck!</keywords></description>

  3. desertcities07 Says:

    You can use in your CS3 the SWF metadata property of your SWF file to add a title and description to your flash file which helps you in regard to others being able to search the internet for your swf files, but really doesn’t help much in terms to what links you might have in your flash file or your page ranking.

    Search engines today are doing much better at indexing flash files but still have a long way to go. But in terms of the title tag, this is paramount today of any of the meta tags. The other meta tags are next to worthless.

    I tell my designers to use flash below the fold of a web page or to be very careful so that the flash file will not hinder the major search engine spiders from indexing the rest of the website or other important links.

  4. VicSEO Says:

    The SEO solution is quite simple. Beginning with a “splashpage” which should be an ordinary HTML-based webpage, and insert your piece of Flash CS3 and size it small. Then return to the metatag properties of the HTML-based splashpage and complete appropriately, the , <description> and <keywords> entries. And of course, provide a more “direct escape” link to the index.html webpage [which normally follows the splashpage] and name this link “Skip Intro” to permit dial-up subscribers to quickly bypass any Flash downloads contained within the splashpage.</p> <p>Good luck!</keywords></description>

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