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4. Is your information easily accessible? Do not put up roadblocks! Make information available with as few "clicks" as possible. Always make contact information readily available. Don't put up "under construction" pages -- this frustrates users, who may not return to your site.
5. Is your content style appropriate to your audience? Unless your users are expecting to find a text-heavy page, keep your copy simple and short. If it isn't immediately obvious what purpose of page is, user probably won't read more than one or two sentences before moving on.
6. How will you keep content up-to-date? Who is responsible for hosting and updating website content? How often will he or she do it?
7. What is structure of your site? It is very helpful to sketch out a "site map" of your content in order to organize it effectively. Site maps help determine navigation across your site as well as "breadcrumb" element on your pages. It may be helpful to create a map of your content as it exists on your current site, and another for how you envision organization of your new site.
Written by Helen Peshkova, RichTrack.com.
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