SEO Strategies For Web Apps - Part II

Episode #5 in the Inside The Muse Series

by Jack Kinsella


This video continues where Part I left off. Here I talk about managing the limited Google crawl budget (by instructing it to ignore boring pages), preserving accrued SEO juice when users edit their own content on your website (or when you fix typos), getting into the Google Images game, dealing with shadowed content when two users create pages with the same name, and automated tools to audit your on-page SEO.

Show Notes



  • Neovim - The vim fork I happen to use. I have no opinion on whether it's better or worse than regular Vim. This video used version 0.4.3
  • fzf - A versatile command-line fuzzy-finder for opening file


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