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Make the blog posts more discoverable #1141

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amcewen opened this issue May 28, 2019 · 1 comment

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commented May 28, 2019

The new website that @Helen-8 and @willcrobinson built is a huge improvement over the old one; and rightly has a focus on explaining our services to new visitors.

However, it's nearly impossible to find any of the blog posts which are more than a few weeks old. Once things drop off the "Latest News" links the only option for finding them seems to be the date-based archive links on the right-hand side of the individual blog post pages.

I regularly have to hunt around looking for links to talks/slides about DoES or the financial blog posts. I'd post links to examples, but can't face hunting them down now...

It'd be good to find a way to surface some of this, so I can find things when I want to email a link to someone, and also so that new visitors who want to explore beyond the initial offering can find some of the colour to help fill in what the community is like and show why we're not just-another-co-working-space.

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commented May 28, 2019

I've set up an archive page for the previous weeknotes (https://doesliverpool.com/weeknotes/) and I've added a link to this page below the most recent posts on the front page. Is that what you had in mind?

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