How to Syndicate Web Content With JavaScript

Web Syndication means making your web site content available to other people. It provides a summary of recently written content to your visitors. Adding web feeds helps attract web traffic by keeping your content fresh.

My previous article discussed web syndication using RSS.

Benefits of JavaScript Syndication:

Works on all web sites

By inserting some javascript code on your web page you can syndicate your headlines, articles, jokes, news to other sites.

Works in all browsers

Javascript code is not specific to any browser people can view it from any computer with any type of operating system.

Disadvantages of JavaScript

Not easy to create

* To syndicate with JavaScript, the syndication content needs to be converted to JavaScript code. You need to create a javascript file ie article.js before it is uploaded to the server.

Not search engine friendly

* With javascript syndication the browser retrieves the content from the source web site after it receives the web page from the remote web site’s server.

* Search engines have a difficult time spidering javascript code. To index the content spiders need to access a file from the source web site and parse the javascript to extract the content.

* If visitors have javascript turned off in their browsers they will not be able to read your content.


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