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Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by pushpendra, May 28, 2013.
Will preloading content on a page hurt my ranking?
Preloading" is a fantastic front-end optimization technique that we use in our FEO solutions at Strangeloop. It lets us constantly track and analyze how visitors use a site. Then, using this information, it predicts what pages people are most likely to visit next and then pushes page resources to the visitor's browser so they're waiting on standby before the visitor even clicks.
Preloading is great because it gives the illusion of nigh-instantaneous page load, but site owners often ask me if it's a trick that Google will reject and possibly even penalize them for. The short answer is no.
That sounds like a great feature. Many time when browsers are slow, visitors might loose interest or patience. This would help solve that problem. Good to know it wouldn't hurt google ranking.