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  • Resolved liamz



    I wonder what would happen if I put structured, SEO optimized content in a POPUP which is triggered only with a click of a link, by the visitor? Also, the text in the POPUP will be most of the content on the page. I’ve read somewhere that Google accepts this kind of “technique” now, in order to make a better mobile experience for the users. But the article also notes that Google will not consider this content as important as the other, instantly visible content on your page. Aka, it will crawl and maybe index it, maybe will help with the SERP but not as much as regular content.
    Can I have your opinion about this?

    EDIT: Forgot to mention that the content in the container will be around 1500 words because now it is ~500.

    P.S. The link is after the short slogan, which is located after the big H1 on the page.

    • This topic was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by liamz.
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  • Plugin Author danieliser


    @liamz – So all of that from our experience sounds correct. The popup’s content is hidden on the page (unless your using our Remote Content extension). Google will index the text, but they do weight it lower than other content on the page. That said if it’s the bulk of the content on the page it will likely not be reduced in importance as much.

    Also if your site has proper seo title & description you may show up for searches that match the popups content, but the content itself shouldn’t be shown in the SERP result itself, it should show your official title & description.

    Hope that helps. If your issue is resolved please take a moment to rate and review the plugin or support.

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