Adobe Muse CC Search Engine Optimization Tutorial | 4 CRITICAL SEO Tips

Adobe Muse CC Search Engine Optimization Tutorial | 4 CRITICAL SEO Tips

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In this tutorial I talk about 4 things to never skip over when building a search engine friendly website in Adobe Muse CC.

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25 Comments

  • David Sonntag Reply

    simply great! keep on, please!
    Thx

  • Scott MacKenzie Reply

    Very helpful cheers.

  • Darren Baldwin Reply

    Brilliant…thanks!

  • Masoud Azimi Reply

    very useful thanks

  • StephanieSpartan Reply

    You are beautiful. Thank you! 

  • Lauren Wolff Reply

    How effective would SEO be with one page sites? Page properties would only
    be able to include one set of details and how would this compare to
    multi-page sites with unique details for each page?

  • Georg Beyer Reply

    Good thing I do speak German and am now a bit more fluent in Muse SEO as
    well. Very helpful. Cheers!

  • Gal Polonsky Reply

    Great job ! thanks :)

  • Stacy Wright Reply

    Way big help, Thanks!

  • Jonas Kakaroto Reply

    Very good! Thank you!

  • Robyn Smith Reply

    This is great. Since we have been using Muse our ranking has dropped and I
    think this will fix it. Thanks a lot.

  • Joaquín Sánchez Reply

    Very useful, thanks!

  • Jeff Dietz Reply

    How do you edit the image properties in the new version of Adobe Muse, as
    the above doesn’t seem to work any more with the right click and edit image
    properties.

  • Henri de la Haije Reply

    Dear Joseph,
    Im starting to use Muse, but thanks a million. Your tutorials are very well
    done and helpfull. It helps me out big time! Once I have my website up and
    running. I’ll send you a link! Have a beautiful day. 

  • Dominic Zuckswert Reply

    This is extremely helpful. Thank you!

  • Dominic Zuckswert Reply

    One thing. When under a specific page (i.e. Home) I am choosing to give it
    a Page Name and instead of it being “Home” I have changed it to “Welcome”
    and it has replaced this item name on the actual menu navigation. I noticed
    in your video you chose “WELCOME TO LEEF” so now that is set as the Nav
    link on your menu? I don’t really understand. Should I be setting these
    page names to all the pages on my site for SEO purposes?

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  • Fer Sáenz Reply

    Hello I have a problem trying to change the name of the description, I
    tried to change it but the first description still appears in google, how
    cai i fix it? please

  • vibbr Reply

    Hi Joseph. Love you’re tutorials. I’ve made a single page parallax website
    and pasted the Analytics code Page Properties > Metadata. But Google says
    that there are 0 views. Do you know how thats possible?

  • Nikhil Madan Reply

    thanks mate, awesome tips

  • Salvador70s Reply

    Thank you!

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