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July 20, 2006

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Owen Lystrup

Good point here.

Content, I think, is just as important as design. The site may look good, but have lacking content that gets in the way of its credibility. And vice versa.

Brad Shorr

I agree!!--in fact I happened to do a "how-to" post on content today. Besides spending time on content, companies should put effort into site design, especially navigation. A cool site with solid content is still no good if the visitor can't figure out where the info is.

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