Can I use an HTML 5.0 Slider to punch up page one keywords?

Q: Can I use an HTML 5.0 Slider to punch up page one keywords? Can this be used for new posts or blogs?

A: HTML 5 sliders make it easier for you to “slide” or “hide” content. It won’t be wrong to say that they are on the border between what should be showed to Google & not to humans and what’s allowed. Matt Cutts has also hinted that this might cause some problems.

I would suggest not overdoing this but definitely put 3-5 of these sliders at the bottom of the page. Make sure that the text you have written is good for humans and search engine crawlers. It is an intelligent way of putting more text on the page without making it look too cluttered.


This technique can be used for rotating 3-5 new blogs or releases on the homepage of your website. This will definitely be beneficial.

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