Tag Archives: content quality

A web content inventory can pay for itself a few times over

9 November, 2011

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A website content inventory enables careful assessment of a website as it exists at any point in time. A content inventory can be used during the planning phases of a web project or at any point in time a clear accounting of content, including links, calls to action, pages, tone and voice, etc. is needed. […]

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Finding Quality Web Content: For Dummies

20 October, 2011

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Kids are unable to distinguish quality web content from crap when doing a Google search.

Clive Thompson’s article, “Why Johnny Can’t Search,” in this month’s Wired magazine (19.11), exposes the sad and surprising inability of kids to identify authoritative web content when doing a simple Google search: “Kids know how to Google–they just can’t tell when the results are crap.” Between secondary school and college it’s assumed in the 21st […]

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Wikipedia’s Article Feedback Tool: Assessing Content Quality

30 July, 2011

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Wikipedia has started using a “Rate this page” box, incrementally rolling out the tool to more and more pages in the English version. According to Wikimedia, the tool’s intent is twofold: to give visitors the opportunity to help rate the actual quality of the content on a page, as well as share their own knowledge […]

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