Web visitors can generally be put into two buckets: searchers and surfers. Surfers navigate the taxonomy of your site using the menu structure, breadcrumbs and graphical sitemaps. On the other hand, searchers use a text entry to make-up a query. They expect the search to deliver relevent results that match their request.
Part of our development process addresses the searcher. In most cases, we build the search mechanism into the design and create a separate pages where the results are prioritized in order of relevance. This gives the searcher quick access to content of interest.
In the event your site is mostly search, we can build a structured hierarchy using any major category definition. This can be useful for spiders, feeds and more visually oriented searchers.
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