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Make Your Site Easy for Your Visitors to Navigate
By: John V. W. Howe
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    The best web host builds your nav bar for you. When you create a web page, you are given options if you want the page listed in the nav bar and if so, what the text on the nav bar should say.

    As an aside if you have a landing page on your site where you want the reader to take only one action (click to buy or click to subscribe), do not put any external links or a nav bar on that page. You do not want to give the reader a means of escape except to close the window.

    If you include the nav bar on each content page, it gives the reader a uniform way to get from the current page to any other main page with one click which is desirable. A theory of site navigation says a reader should be no more than two clicks from any other page.

    In summary, always consider how your reader will navigate your site. If navigation is easy, your reader will dig deeper and deeper into your site.

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