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How Many Clicks?

So I saw a blog entry somewhere recently discussing an important internet publisher's question---how many clicks to the center of the tootsie roll pop blog?

In theory, website readers should be able to find whatever it is they're looking for at a website within 3 clicks.  Several aggressive publishers strive for just one click, usually through dropthrough menus.

I have no idea how to run dropthrough menus on here, but I think reducing the number of necessary clicks is a useful suggestion and guiding principle I hadn't considered.  Our blogs section comes to mind as something that needs improvement.  So this is just a heads up that we here at Resource take this job seriously and have you, our reader, in mind.  Look for some adjustments, at least in the blogs section, soon.

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