I know that Google doesn't execute JS, so I'm thinking of different angles. I could have Google index the content on the site where the content is comping from (not the customer's site) but then it obviously will be indexed with the wrong URL. Could I somehow get Google to display a different URL? Is there another approach to get Google to index content from another site but associate it with
The constraints are:
- The customer website can only drop in one section of code (ideally a JS tag).
- I have full control of the original content, albeit on a different site.
- The customer website can't do any server-side processing to specifically solve this.
Ideally, the web visitors would see the JS generated content when viewing the site, but Google bot would get fed content from another web page (which is the same content, but from the raw source). I just don't know how to do this without JS.