Why You Need Content Categories - Creating Content Categories
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Your content categories are a main facet of the overall site navigation. Many content-rich sites provide a toolbar or links column to display these categories (see example below).
To create content categories, create a separate page for each category you plan to offer. Every piece of content belonging to that category should be tagged as such, for placement on the category page. This way, when traffic clicks on the category they want to view, different pieces of content on the topic unfold before them. Make your content categories an integral part of your navigation, and make it easy for your traffic to find everything on a single subject. Why not get them to read as much of your content as you can?
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