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Organization of Content in Right Column on The Stories (Archive) Page

Discussion in 'Feedback & Suggestions' started by John Borst on Sep 14, 2019.

  1. John Borst

    By:John BorstSep 14, 2019
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    Content in the right column in the Stories (Archive) Page consists of two components: Tags used and Ads.
    I am at the point where so many tags are listed that you never see the ads. Is it possible to reverse the order so the more important ads are seen first?
     
  2. Zach

    By:ZachOct 3, 2019
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    Hi John,

    I do apologize for the late followup.

    I know that we're looking to reduce the amount of tags that are displayed on the story page, and allow it to be expanded. I do not know when we're looking to address this, but it is something that has been discussed. I don't think swapping the position of the ads vs the tags would help if a club had a very large amount of ads, they would be in your same situation.
     
  3. John Borst

    By:John BorstOct 3, 2019
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    My personal opinion is that the ads are more important than the key words. Sponsors pay for the ads. Key words are of interest to the web administrator to enhance search. I do like your idea of the top key words, but not based on the number of times they appear but on the number of times that the best key word has caused Google to lead a person to view the site. Is that even possible?

    BTW I did a survey of the District's currently "active" club sites and found only 2 of 36 using key words. At the same time I checked for social media buttons and blog comments. Eight (8) of 36 used social media buttons and four (4) used comments. Seems to me workshops are overdue.
     
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