- for your team (although it might seem such a dread to spend a few days sketching, drafting, debating upon, brainstorming and coming up with a V1, V2, V3... Vn structure) it's a guarantee that their workflow will unroll as smoothly and as organically as they hope. Once the supporting structure of your website is set up, your information architect and your content writers will just have to comb through the existing material and “populate” those pre-established pages with high quality content
- for your visitors, it's also a guarantee that once they land on your website their own journeys will be as intuitively as possible. Everything will, by then, have been properly tested and ideally structured: where the homepage links to, how each page opens up a different sub-page, how all those sub-pages interact with one another etc.
1. Draft Your Website's Architecture
- you put together a structure with all the pages and sub-pages that will form your website
- you set up a content strategy before you stat writing any piece of content for your new (or your newly revamped) website
2. Jot Down Your Content Ideas
3. Plan The Content That Will “Populate” Each Web Page
- setting up your website's architecture
- writing down ideas for each one of your web pages
- conceiving and structuring the specific content that will populate each one of the pages
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