React Server Side Rendering, are there any problems with SEO?

I want to go to a full on SPA, but afraid of possible problems with SEO, what are the pitfalls to waiting?
June 14th 19 at 20:39
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June 14th 19 at 20:41
To promote the SPA is quite a problematic task in terms of SEO.

SPA need for that would lead them targeted traffic with social services. networking (targeting) or of advertising in the J. Direkte, Google + etc to Promote them through SEO is nonsense (my personal opinion).

Pitfalls: low indexation, from here and low traffic and low positions, etc.

I would say that SPA and SEO are incompatible.

There is an opinion more authoritative person =)

Despite the advancement of current search engine algorithms to promote JavaScript-web sites (for example, Angular.js) remains a problem. Thus, in the network there are successful examples, but basically the developers have to face problems, from mild indexation to hit the index the wrong content.
Moreover, you need to take into account the fact that the website to not only search engines, but other bots, like bots of social networks, external services, etc. Prerender is the best solution. ┬ęSergey Koksharov
Yes back to SSR, then when I ran and had to redo the site due to the fact that indexing was horrible. Now the server can give the rendered component that is picked up by the client and works as a SPA. - katheryn_Dougl commented on June 14th 19 at 20:44

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