Before diving in here I want to take a brief moment to define (in my mind) what dynamic content is. Websites are made up mostly of static content; static because it’s likely been there a while without change. Most websites are made up of mostly static content, which isn’t necessarily a good thing, but it is common.
The words 'site migration' get tossed around a lot for a number of website upgrades. There’s the completely new site and there’s the refresh or site improvement, which might consist of a new look-and-feel, the addition (and subtraction) of some pages, and so on. Regardless of the site migration you are referring to it can be a daunting task.
Twitter is a great place to take the ‘pulse’ of certain topics; what are people thinking or what’s the latest tip or technique getting attention? It’s where I went recently to see what the latest buzz in search engine optimization (SEO) was. Some of what I found was useful, interesting, as well as disappointing.
Ok … I don’t expect content marketing grommets of recent employ to get this Henny Youngman reference in the title, but my hope is that the words stand alone as an offer that both neophytes and know-betters can’t refuse in their rush to impress or fill space.
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