Systematically Organize Your content

In any kind of web design and development process, content plays a very important role. It’s not only important to give your clients important information but also helps you to get higher ranks through search engine optimization. But here we will not discuss content creation but on its systematic organization on different pages of the website like posts with proper categories and tags that ultimately help you to find the content easily.

One more advantage of properly organized content is that it makes easy to use the website not only for you but also for your potential users. It improves the user experience as well. If your potential users will find it difficult to navigate, then they will ultimately leave your website due to bad user experience and bad impression due to unorganized content all in your website design.

Web Pages

Start the process of organizing your content by your web pages. First access that many web pages do you have? Are these parent pages and child pages? Let me first explain about parent and child page.  A parent page is the core page and a child page is a sub-page of the main page. For example, Web Development Dubai company offers so this will be a parent page. All the other services regarding this like SEO, content writing, logo design, web maintenances and domain etc will be the child pages of the main page. The child pages help to manage the content easily because if my company has numerous services and all are at the main page then it will be difficult to arrange all the content at the same page so it’s the perfect way you can use.


Categorize all of your posts are very much important. You have to start it systematically because categorize a large number of posts at the same time is a quite hectic and big task. If all your posts are placed as ‘uncategorized,’ then you are making a big mistake.


Categories method is usually used to properly organize your content in your blog. For example, your website is about web design and development in Dubai, so there will be different categories to make your concepts clear in blogging. Sometimes any blog post will fall into more than one category but try to keep it no more than 2-3 categories, otherwise, you can use the option of tags.


Tags are usually smaller breakdowns of that main category. For example, I may be writing a blog post about website Security, which would be my category, but I would tag it with smaller things that help clear that category. So, in this I can use the tag of password or security plugins etc. that all fit in my security category to narrow down it but always remember the tags should be appropriate to the category. These categories and tag can also be optimized for SEO but don’t push 50 keywords into your categories and tags. Otherwise, it will not help you anymore.