So you've created your site. Now how do you make sure that visitors find the information that they need?
Most people will use a search engine such as Google to find what they are looking for on the web. Both our internal search and public search engines will automatically include your pages in their listings, but this does not necessarily mean that people will be able to find your pages.
See Google's Search Engine Optimisation Starter Guide (PDF) for help with how to improve your site content so that it can found via search engines.
Usage statistics can tell you who is looking at your site, and what content is most popular.
We provide access to Google Analytics and log file analysis. As well as showing you which pages receive the most visits, Google Analytics can also show you how visitors found your content, how long they spent looking at it and even where they are from.
All pages which are published from the Web CMS are automatically tracked with Google Analytics. Contact us for access - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shorter website addresses are easier to remember and less likely to be mistyped. Under certain circumstances it is possible to set up a shortcut name to point to high-profile key resources which would otherwise have a long address. Contact us for more information - email@example.com.
Who to contact
- Web Office