So, some friends and I have been bantering back and forth about how Google treats content that has been inserted into a page using Javascript. So I decided to do an experiment. This page has six nonsense words. Two are hardcoded into the page via straight HTML. Two are inserted via Javascript, but the script is part of the page HTML. The last two are inserted via Javascript, but the script is on a remote server.

The purpose of the test is to see three things...

Here are a couple of nonsense words that turn up no hits in Google. They are hardcoded into the HTML. zonkdogfology and ibbytopknot

I'll repeat them for emphasis... zonkdogfology and ibbytopknot

Here are two words inserted into the page via a javascript hardcoded into the page...

And now a couple of nonsense words inserted with a remotely-sourced javascript...

And that constitutes the test. I should know within a few weeks how well it worked.