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Why You Need Content Categories
By: KC Morgan
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  • Why You Need Content Categories
  • So Many Categories
  • Sorting it Out
  • Creating Content Categories

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    Have you ever actually had to go looking for something on your own site? Have you found yourself digging through content to locate a specific post, or a collection of posts on a single topic? There is nothing more discouraging in the Web site than unorganized, random content. You should always be able to locate exactly what you want, without a lot of work. Thatís why you need content categories.

    Just think about it -- if you canít find something on your site, itís likely a lot of other people are having the same trouble. Unlike you, those visitors donít really have a motivation to stick with your content through the problems they encounter. Theyíre likely to simply give up and move on to a site that does offer organized, easy-to-navigate content. If you donít organize your content through categories, you end up with a big mess. But, why do you need content categories?

    Why Organize Your Content?

    There might be many reasons you should organize your online content, but you should put effort into this task for only one: it helps your visitors. Good content organization makes searching much easier and can even make related pieces more popular as a result. Through content categories, your site will have better navigation and a more organized look. When all content is arranged in an easy-to-understand fashion, itís more likely visitors will casually scan the articles and blog posts on your site. They might spot a topic of interest and just start searching -- clicking on pages and potentially creating more revenue for you as a result.

    Would you rather look at neatly-organized information, or a blog thatís nothing more than one piece of content after another? No one likes looking at a mess -- least of all, Web traffic. Believe it or not, organized, well-categorized content can make the difference between a low-traffic and high-traffic site.

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