Painful Website Updates


Recently I was fortunate enough to have Jonathan Stark and a few people from his community examine Schematical.com and rip it a new one. It stung but I did not let the feedback go to waste. I got a lot of the updates recommended by them implemented on my dev site(not the live) and I am not sure I love it. The reason it took so long was for SEO purposes I had to convert it from a React app to a SSR NextJS app.

Home page - https://dev.schematical.com/: I moved that to be the focus of the blog and the video content. Consulting Page - https://dev.schematical.com/consulting: I might move this to schematicalconsulting.com which currently I own but is not set up. I removed the early calls to action, I am working on a video for it now to fill in that todo. I added a sitemap and removed the header and footer links to other pages to avoid bleed.

Book Page - https://dev.schematical.com/book: I cleaned this page up and added my video to it.

Free Resources Page - https://dev.schematical.com/free: I didn't do much here except move up the reference to the book page.

Still a work in progress, I think I am going cross eyed from staring at it so any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

~Cheers

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