Webinar Trainings

Are you responsible for adding content to the website that people may be seeking?

If so, we have a couple webinars coming up that take you behind-the-scenes to:

  • Answer frequently asked questions,
  • Review roles & responsibilities, and
  • Show how to select & display content on pages.

It’s a new approach for many, so join us for the upcoming webinars:

June 5, 1-2 pm, Web Content Webinar for 4-H County Programs

June 12, 9:30–10:30 am, Webinar for Extension Faculty/Staff Working on the Website

The June 12 webinar will give a chance for web teams that are related with programs or county/combined sites to hear more about the content teams work too. While not required, it can help if you’ve reviewed the training and support resources first, or have tried adding to the website, so that it isn’t completely new to you before the webinar. As always EESC welcomes your questions and suggestions before, during, and after the webinars.

If you joined us Monday afternoon for the New Website Overview webinar (watch the webinar recording), then you heard how Search is the main way to navigate our new website. Many more people are taking advantage of the Search features, according to analytics from pre- and post-launch, making the Search page the top visited page over this past weekend.

10 most visited pages over this weekend

  1. Search page
  2. Home Page
  3. Programs List
  4. Gardening top-level topic
  5. Find Us page (locations)
  6. 4-H main page (statewide)
  7. Animals and Livestock second-level topic
  8. Master gardener main page (statewide)
  9. Article: How long do garden seeds last?
  10. Featured question: Raised bed lumber, pressure treated safe?

Most common search terms (used on the site) over the weekend

  1. “compost tea”
  2. “compost tea brewer”
  3. “horse”
  4. “record book”
  5. “canning”
  6. “compost”
  7. “horse fair”
  8. “blueberries”
  9. “cool form”
  10. “fair book”

Twice as many people visited the Extension website after the launch and are staying twice as long to view more than one page, compared to the previous weekend on our old site.

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