Using a framework like Nuxt makes creating a statically generated site straight forward. For this tutorial, you will need to have Node version 8.9.0 or later installed to follow along. This tutorial does assume you understand the basics of working with npm.
Throughout my career, I have worked with several firms that specialize in Search Engine Optimization. After you’ve worked with a few, you realize that much of SEO is a moving target, with no one being quite sure what is the best practice on all fronts. Company A will focus on each product page or post’s paths, and when you switch to Company B, they’ll have you change the routes that you just set due to the previous company’s suggestion.
How search engines index websites will always be in flux, but there are specific strategies that you can employ to get higher rankings and ensure those that would be interested in your content are more likely to find it.
Using a framework like Nuxt makes creating a statically generated site straight forward. For this tutorial, you will need to have Node version
8.9.0 or later installed to follow along. This tutorial does assume you understand the basics of working with
npm. If you are unfamiliar with
npm, I recommend reading this article from Nodesource: An Absolute Beginner's Guide to Using npm.