A Rant (Mostly) About Web Content

Keith Robinson goes off in A Rant (Mostly) About Web Content. He notes what most of us have first-hand experience of from dealing with clients: many people don't realise that a website needs good content to work.

I know this all too well. So many of the websites I've built through the years have only survived for a short time past their initial launch. They die the horrible death-of-crappy-content when the client adds poorly edited copy and amateurish, oversize photos. And it sucks to see something you've created be ruined like that.

Posted on February 11, 2005 in Writing, Content Management, Quicklinks