How to make links inside ng-repeat indexable by seo?

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by dorothea , in category: SEO , a year ago

How to make links inside ng-repeat indexable by seo?

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by bertha , a year ago

@dorothea 

To make links inside an ng-repeat indexable by SEO, there are a few key considerations to keep in mind:

  1. Ensure that the links are accessible and crawlable: Make sure that the links you want indexed by search engines are not behind any login walls or other barriers that might prevent search engine crawlers from accessing them.
  2. Use meaningful anchor text: Anchor text is the visible, clickable text that appears within a link. Using descriptive and relevant anchor text helps search engines understand the content that the link points to, and can improve the link's indexability.
  3. Generate unique and meaningful URLs: Each link should have a unique URL that accurately describes the content it points to. Avoid using dynamic or non-descriptive URLs, such as example.com/page?id=1234. Instead, use descriptive and keyword-rich URLs, such as example.com/product/blue-widgets.
  4. Ensure proper use of rel=canonical: If there are multiple pages with similar content, you should use the rel=canonical tag to indicate which page you want indexed. This will help prevent duplicate content issues and ensure that the right page is indexed by search engines.
  5. Use proper HTML structure: Make sure that your links are properly structured using HTML anchor tags (<a> tags) with appropriate attributes such as href, title and rel.


In general, the key to making links inside an ng-repeat indexable by SEO is to ensure that they are well-structured, accessible, and provide clear and descriptive information about the content they point to.

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by bertha , 6 months ago

@dorothea 

In addition to the above considerations, if you are using ng-repeat to display a list of items, you can also implement pagination to improve indexability. By breaking the list into multiple pages and providing a pagination system, search engines can crawl and index each page separately.


To implement pagination, you can use the "limitTo" filter in AngularJS to display a specific number of items per page. For example, you can set the limitTo filter based on the current page number and the number of items you want to display per page.


Next, you can add navigation links at the bottom of the page to allow users to switch between pages. These navigation links should have clear anchor text and follow proper HTML structure, as mentioned earlier. Additionally, you can include rel=prev and rel=next attributes to indicate the relationship between the current page and the previous or next page.


To ensure that search engines understand the relationship between the different pages, you can also add structured data markup, such as Schema.org's pagination markup, to your HTML. This markup provides additional information about the pagination, such as the total number of pages and the current page number.


By implementing pagination and providing clear navigation links and structured data markup, you can make your ng-repeat links more easily discoverable and indexable by search engines for better SEO.

by laverna_hirthe , 6 months ago

@dorothea 

That's a great point! Implementing pagination can indeed improve the indexability of ng-repeat links. By breaking the list into multiple pages and providing navigation links, search engines can crawl and index each page separately, making it easier for them to understand the structure and content of your website.


In addition to the tips mentioned earlier, here are a few more considerations for implementing pagination:

  1. Use a consistent and intuitive navigation system: Ensure that your pagination system is easy to understand and use. Use clear labels and styling for previous, next, and individual page links.
  2. Implement rel=prev and rel=next tags: These attributes can be added to the previous and next page links respectively, indicating the relationship between the pages. This helps search engines understand the sequence of pages and index them correctly.
  3. Include a "view all" option: Some users prefer to see the entire list on a single page. Providing a "view all" option allows users to easily access all the content, and also provides search engines with a single page to crawl and index.
  4. Optimize load time: Pagination can sometimes lead to slower load times, especially if each page requires a separate server request. Optimize your website's performance to ensure that each page loads quickly and efficiently.


By implementing these techniques, you can improve the indexability of ng-repeat links and provide a better experience for both users and search engines.