So far, Dukeo has been a really exciting experience. In fact it has been so exciting that I have trouble realizing that this blog is already over 6 months old and has more than 200 posts published! It’s time to take a step back and look at what has been done so far and what can be improved.
New Team Member At Dukeo
I’d like to give a very warm welcome to Donna Anderson from White Hat Writing who has just joined Team Dukeo.
Donna has already written a couple guest posts for me such as $#*! My Dad Said That Applies To Affiliate Marketing, Too and How To Make Money Online Writing Book Reviews.
As part of Team Dukeo, Donna will be providing you with some extremely nice articles every Saturday in a post series titled “
How To Make Money Online With...“. The title of the series is pretty self-explanatory: these posts will be about methods to make money online.
You can expect some top-notch info in these posts as Donna has been making a living online for quite some time now and she really knows her subject.
In order to provide Dukeo’s readers with quality content on a regular basis, I am currently looking for some writers who may be interested in writing for Dukeo, either for a single guest post or for a whole post series. Use the contact form to get in touch. Join the team and you will also gain some valuable links to your own online projects!
Small Redesign For Dukeo
Everyone knows that for a blog to reach some recurring visitors, content is king. But to properly serve your content, you need a high-quality design that doesn’t distract the readers. Before launching Dukeo, I had put some efforts in designing its wordpress theme, but the more I was looking at it, the more it appeared that some things could be improved.
In order to improve the visitors experience I decided to remove some clutter in the graphics and make the whole template cleaner. Nothing revolutionary here, just some summer cleaning.
On all my websites, I give a lot of importance to navigation. In my opinion, this is one of the keys to have a user-friendly website. In order to make Dukeo’s navigation even more easy that it already is, you’ll notice that when you scroll-down, the menu-bar sticks to the top of the window. This way you can easily navigate to the main pages of Dukeo.
To improve the user-experience, I also added some nice image-related scripts that are reducing the load-time of all my pages.
All in all, let’s hope this seventh month will be as exciting as the ones before!