You should ignore the advice and not apply silicone.
Running a nice and even bead of caulking is best done with a quality caulking gun.
The best ones, in my experience, are made by COX :
Assuming you going from left to right;
Anchor the bead about 1/4" away from the corner, back into the corner and then over to the right in one quick, even motion. It takes me about 1.5 seconds to lay a 30 inch bead.
Practice first, if you mess up, remove and try again.
Caulking has a limited shelf live, after about a year viscosity becomes uneven and gas bubbles form.
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