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

In this tutorial I talk about 4 things to never skip over when building a search engine friendly website in Adobe Muse CC. Download my entirely free Adobe Mu…
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15 Responses to Adobe Muse CC Search Engine Optimization Tutorial | 4 CRITICAL SEO Tips

  1. Scott MacKenzie says:

    Very helpful cheers.

  2. David Sonntag says:

    simply great! keep on, please! Thx

  3. pkmediahelp says:

    You have a very effective way of delivering information. Thank you!

  4. TheCowpatt says:

    Your videos rock, keep them coming!

  5. Michele Booth says:

    Exactly what I was looking for – – – Thank you!!

  6. Antonio's Academy says:


  7. ConceptualViral says:

    Thanks for the heads up on how to fix this! Big help.

  8. arjonapradilla says:

    Thank you! My muse websites have been lost in google. Now I know why, and now I know how to fix that…

  9. Michaela Demočková says:

    great! Thank you very much!!!!

  10. TheWebStylist says:

    NICE!! BIG Thanks for (I didn’t know about image properties and paragraph styles H1, h2 etc) the SEO Tips, super clear and you’re a grt ‘teacher’ Joseph!

  11. Phil Callinan says:

    Thanks for this. Great tips and well worth knowing. Excellent!

  12. Joseph Angelo Todaro says:

    Thanks Phil!

  13. specializedcleans says:

    Hi I am new to Muse, I find your tutorials quite useful, thanks for your collaboration!!! Would you create one tutorial explaining how to create the parallax effect linked to buttons rather than scrolling only, as an example as in a website called Thanks John :)

  14. John Folkmann says:

    I have been a Muse user since the early beginnings, and still you can teach me those little great tips. Your videos ar just perfect. Please keep them coming :)

  15. Omar André Gonzáles Díaz says:

    In the last tip, i think the “HTML for head>” can be used to put the Google Analytics tracking code (or other softwares). I love your designs and the way you teach. Keep it up, my friend.

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