Defining and organizing content areas
Defining and organizing website content are two of the most important steps when creating a website. Having them done properly will help with great navigational structure, which further leads to a more functional website.
When you have all key content areas covered, you won’t have to worry about your users not being able to find what they are looking for. In order to do that, all the content you have or think you should have should be examined.
While putting all the relevant content on the website is recommended, you definitely need to pay attention not to overdo it. Having too much content can be counterproductive. When user can’t find what he’s looking for, the reason doesn’t really matter – he will go away anyway.
We in Real Internet Sales completely understand if you have difficulties in figuring out which content to keep and which to discard. That’s why we are here, to help you create an optimal website with everything it needs but nothing more than that. Simplicity is always our goal, and well-organized content is our mission.
It definitely helps that we are not you, meaning that we will think of your website not only as the professional developers, but also from the users’ perspective. This is one of those situations when you simply need another pair of eyes, and even better than that is a pair of professional eyes.
If your business was a book, content areas would be chapters. You want everything covered, but you also want it well-organized. There are some general categories that may apply for most of the businesses (such as ‘about us’ page), but there are also some that are specific for you. Those are the most challenging and the most interesting ones.
If you think you’re ready to let us help you, you can easily contact us.