You know me. Normally, Fridays are for some type of feature or discussion post. Today I’m taking a bit of a back seat and teasing you with an article about how to make your website (read: blog) work for you and your visitors. It’s an article I wrote for my business, and because I’m lazy, I felt that I could cross-post it here. And, we can discuss things if you like. Ready? READY? HERE WE GO!
We are in the Internet age where websites are a necessary and vital part to our existence. If you don’t have a website of your own, you likely use websites to connect with people, find information, or shop. Websites come in all shapes, colors, and sizes. If you’re a frequent Internet surfer, you know that there are good websites…and then there are not so great websites. Today I will talk about three ways to help you improve your website: content, navigation, and stats.
The purpose of your site will determine what needs to be there.
Simply put, every page you created should be easy to find.
Knowing how people interact with your site can also help you with your content and navigation.
For the full article and tips for improving your website, visit Language Management, LLC’s blog.
Now tell me, my dear readers:
What do you think makes a book blog effective and successful in terms of content and navigation? What tools do you use to track stats?