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Paul Boag is always talking about “calls to action”. It kind of sounds like goofy marketing speak at best, or at worst some way to manipulate users. But calls to action can be beneficial to both users and your bottom line, as he explained in a recent podcast.
A review of Jumpchart, a web content planning application. No more back and forth with Word docs or emails about text edits!
A few ideas for keeping the blog posts flowing.
Revisit your About page, and see if it follows these important guidelines.
Using a controlled vocabulary while writing your text and developing your site navigation will improve the findability of your content.
Thoughts and recommendations from A List Apart on an almost-ubiquitous feature of websites these days: the FAQ page.
Is your web content as simple and streamlined as it could be? Does each sentence, paragraph, and page contribute something important to your site? Steve Krug thinks probably not; he says: “Get rid of half the words on each page, then get rid of half of what’s left.”