Solid information architecture is a key ingredient in any successful SEO program, as it can help or hinder search engine crawlers. Columnist Trond Lyngbø provides tips for e-commerce sites looking to optimize their site structure. Trond Lyngbø on June 2, 2017 If you need water and decide that drilling a hole in Hoover … Continue reading Is your information architecture costing your e-commerce web shop millions in lost sales?
Lauren Kincke — April 4, 2017 — April 4, 2017 From reading my last three posts in this series, I trust you understand the importance of tackling legacy technology and data. Are you empowered to manage the conversations around those items? Next up, let’s talk about how to inventory and optimize your processes, and use … Continue reading Process Makes Perfect With Your MarTech Stack Architecture
by Susan Gilbert June 28, 2016 Follow @SusanGilbertJune 28, 2016 How Silo Architecture Can Attract Visitors And Google to Your Website Would you like to see higher search engine rankings for your website? Are visitors not getting the information they need right away when they arrive? If you use WordPress then a silo architecture structure … Continue reading Increase Your Website Sales and Ranking with Silo Architecture
by Josh Kasombo April 17, 2016 Follow @JoshKasomboApril 17, 2016 When you visit a bad website you can to tell in an instant. Why? Because just like entering a foreign building, when you aren’t able to find where you need to go with ease you get frustrated. Now apply those same principles to your website … Continue reading Planning Your Website Architecture
by Adam Tanguay December 7, 2015December 7, 2015 Search engines tend to ignore sites that don’t include great content. There’s a difference between getting noticed and not getting ignored. Smart Search Engine Optimization (SEO) means designing your site so that crawlers find and index your best and most relevant content consistently. Say you own a … Continue reading 9 Effective Site Architecture Tips for SEO
Tjeerd BrenninkmeijerMay 5, 2015 The psychological theory of the Paradox of Choice states that the presence of too many options causes cognitive distress and often results in less than optimal decisions being made. Given the pure number of tools, platforms, features and functionality that comprise today’s Digital Marketing landscape, the selection process can be overwhelming. … Continue reading 4 Reasons Why Your CMS Should Support a Decoupled Architecture
There’s a lot of confusion out there about what information architecture is (and isn’t). Columnist Shari Thurow is here to clear up misconceptions and set the record straight. Shari Thurow on March 13, 2015 In my previous column, I wrote about the importance of information architecture (IA) during the web design process. In a nutshell, … Continue reading 6 Information Architecture Facts Every Business Should Know
Columnist Shari Thurow explains information architecture, site navigation, and how they relate to one another. Shari Thurow on February 13, 2015 The goal of effective information architecture (IA) is to make the products, services and information on your website easy to find. The main goal of site navigation is to enable task completion. Both information … Continue reading Redesigning Or Creating A Website? Here’s Why Information Architecture Should Be Priority #1