I had a quick question regarding SEO/Google Cache. I have been taking a look at how the Google SEO spider views the text only version of my website, and it shows the following:
If you compare it to my homepage piershare.com , all of that text content (there’s not much, but there’s still some) is completely not there in the google cache viewer.
Interestingly enough, if you throw up a website that isn’t built with Bubble into the Google Cache Viewer, you can see that a custom built website’s text is picked up properly as the HTML should be:
An example of a “clean” text only version of a website is the following: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:boatsetter.com&strip=1&vwsrc=0
I’m curious if anyone has any tips on how to structure text in Bubble to make it come through cleaner. As of right now I am using the regular text element and my text is laid over images but is not part of those images.
My main concern obviously is that my on-site SEO is severly hampered since google can’t process the content on my website.
Thanks to any and all help in advance.