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Googles bot will stick around as long as it needs to unless it times out or is stupidly slow. Regardless what the content is 5 seconds is far to slow and your site will suffer a user experience algorithm against it, which in term will effect your rankings, after-all, no one likes a slow website or page. Rough idea on page speed: 0-1seconds awesome ...


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Sorry, there doesn't seem to be a method to do this. If you don't need to support older browsers, you could change the full path in javascript and not just the hash. history.pushState({}, "", "/foo/bar/new-url") will change the url to <old-domain>/foo/bar/new-url without going to a new webpage. If you serve your one page for every url and then ...


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The pages will be found and most likely be crawled. You're not far from the truth if you assume bots don't use Javascript. A crawler works similar to this: Go to a webpage and get it's contents Get all the information from the page, like keywords and all other SEO checks Get all internal and external links from the source Per link, go to step 1. It ...



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