I didn’t really see a dedicated area for SEO.
I thought I would start one.
For the first year or so of the Adobe Muse release it did not even have:
Alt tags for images
A good submit form
A good properly configured sitemap.
Muse did have a lot of duplicate content also. Still has a mess of code. Designed by engineers not people who had enough experience actually having to deliver results to thier own clients. Doing a few websites just doesn’t cut it. Talk to the people at large companies. It’s a better sample to drive statistics from.
As many of you know Muse’s 100,000 plus user base just got news of Muse EOL …it’s dead. One of the big critisms of Muse was it’s buggy and bloated code. Blocs fortunately has some pretty nice well thought out and organized clean code. Hurrah!
Hoping to avoid the same SEO issues with Blocs that other apps have. There is a lot to know about SEO. Some stuff is just very basic. No one person can know it all. It’s tough to be an excavator, architect, builder, carpenter and interior decorator all by yourself.
Blocs has pretty clean code.It also loads relatively fast on mobile devices “moderately” but average speed.
It’s okay if all most users know your address…but what about those that don’t? New potential customers…
Just following best practices can make a difference.
What isn’t learned easily …is how to write properly with good grammar, sentence structure, intent and more.
If only web builders put half as much effort into this aspect of web design things could be much better for clients. all of this contributes to good SEO…