SEO for Books (W/ Schema) for Adobe Muse

SEO for Books (W/ Schema) for Adobe Muse Created by jp26jp. This templates have specific characteristics, namely: Have a book that you want to draw attention to? This Adobe Muse widget will boost your SEO with schema, open graph and twitter card .

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SEO for Books (W/ Schema) for Adobe Muse
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Features:

  • None: None
  • Muse cc 2015.1.x: Muse CC 2015.1.x
  • None: None
  • Ie6, ie7, ie8, ie9, ie10, ie11, firefox, safari, opera, chrome, edge, ie8, ie9, ie10, ie11, firefox, safari, opera, chrome: IE6, IE7, IE8, IE9, IE10, IE11, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome, Edge, IE8, IE9, IE10, IE11, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome
  • .mulib: .MuLib

Have a book that you want to draw attention to? This Adobe Muse widget will boost your SEO with schema, open graph and twitter card data.

Types of SEO markup produced by this widget:

    All SEO widgets include a robots tag and a canonical URL tag

  • Schemafor search engines
    • Type
    • URL
    • Title
    • Description
    • Image
    • Author
    • ISBN
    • Genre
    • Date Published
    • Publisher Name
    • Copyright Year
  • Open Graphfor social media platforms
    • Type
    • URL
    • Title
    • Description
    • Image
    • ISBN
    • Author
    • Release Date
    • Page Count
  • Twitter Cardfor Twitter
    • Type
    • URL
    • Title
    • Description
    • Image

Read this post to learn how to verify any of the SEO markup

How to install

Adding widgets to Adobe Muse

  1. Unzip the downloaded files
  2. Double click on any of the .mulib files. The widgets will automatically import into Adobe Muse
    • If the widget does not automatically import, open the Library tab on the right and select Import Muse Library
  3. In Muse, open the Library tab on the right
    • If you do not see this tab, you can open it by going to Windows > Library
  4. Locate the widget you’re wanting to use and drag and drop it onto your page