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Google’s John Mueller says that thin content issues are site-specific and not always page-specific | April 2022 Week 2

By sheldonwong on April 8, 2022

Greetings, readers; I’m here to deliver your weekly SEO news. Let’s see what we have for today. 

  • Google’s John Mueller says that thin content issues are site-specific and not always page specific. 
  • Google introduces a new Automotive Search Feature.
  • Google’s John Mueller gave his response on why Javascript-based frameworks are not shown in Google’s cache view

1/4 – Google’s John Mueller says that thin content issues are site-specific and not always page-specific 

First and foremost, thin content issues are where Google determines that content within the site has little to no value to the visitor. 

In response to a participant’s question, Google’s John Mueller said that this is not so much that one page doesn’t have enough content, but instead, it is the website overall is very light in content. 

Google’s John Mueller also said that word count is not a valuable metric for website optimization, but it would be helpful for larger websites to try to find areas where maybe you could be doing better. 

3/4 – Google introduces a new Automotive Search feature

I have something just perfect for all you automotive enthusiasts out there. Mordy Oberstein recently said on Twitter that you can now compare two cars, and Google will give you new side-by-side comparisons 

With this feature, you can also change the vehicle in the selector, and Google will let you change the car or the year. 

6/4 – Google’s John Mueller gave his response  on why Javascript-based frameworks are not shown in Google’s cache view 

In a recent #AskGooglebot, Google’s John Mueller was asked why Javascript-based frameworks are not shown in Google’s cache view.

He responded that Javascript-based websites have browser security, limiting how content can be accessed from a page. Hence, if a page needs a Javascript file from your server, browsers may block that request from other websites, including Google’s cache. 

As a result, Javascript-based websites are shown as empty or incomplete in Google’s cache, but this is not a problem. Google will still process the Javascript and try to index what a user would see when they visit the website. 

You can see this rendered version of a page yourself as available in Google Search Console’s testing tools. 

The End 

This is where I bid your farewell (till next week). Don’t forget to share your thoughts on this week’s news in the comments below. 

Updated: 22 May 2022

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