Is the ghost of Melvil Dewey haunting your website?
Our clients and the social impact organizations we love to work with have great web content. It’s smart, timely, informative and persuasive. Unfortunately too often the time and energy that goes into producing great content goes to waste because it’s not arranged in ways that sync up with how target audiences search for, read and act on web content?
You’ve no doubt experienced confusing, cluttered websites that turn away frustrated visitors instead of drawing them in. So what’s the solution? In a recent ReadWrite article, Pantheon’s Mark Tobias offers four guiding principles to help guide a website content organization strategy that keeps target audiences informed and engaged. Read more.
A big thank you to ReadWrite – one of the most widely read and respected tech blogs in the world – for featuring our tips.
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