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Susan Jackson

Beth,

It was nice to meet you at BlogHer (we sat next to each other at one of the sessions). I enjoyed checking out your blog, and will be back. Helpful how-to stuff!

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Michele Martin

One of the things that we learned in last year's 31 Days to Building a Better Blog challenge was to create "sneeze" pages where you would group together related blog posts onto a single page. To some extent you can do this with categories, but a sneeze page offers more ability to give people an understanding of how to navigate through those different posts. You can also create sneeze pages that tie together posts that you might not have grouped in the same categories--like maybe "A Beginner's Guide to Fundraising with the Web" or something like that. There you might be linking posts that you did but categorized with different tags. Plus, of course, you can use a sneeze page to explain what's in each post and how they connect to one another.

I also find that my Google customized search is the best way for me to find things on my blog. That's the first place I go, actually. Maybe you need to create a page that says "Can't Find What you're Looking for here?" and then have it link to a page where you explain how to use the Google search on your site and any other strategies you wanted to suggest. Just a thought.

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