Check out the blog post on the importance of building your content marketing destination:
A content hub is a valuable way of interacting with your customers and connecting them with information, ideas, images, and stories. Once you have this content to pass along, you need a place to house it all. Somewhere that is capable of handling a constant feed of new content, from a variety of sources, covering a variety of topics, while still looking aesthetically pleasing and functioning so well that a customer will want to spend hours browsing what it has to offer.
This isn’t an easy task, but one that will be simplified and attainable after reading this guide. The guide is split into four sections, two dealing with your main hub page and two dealing with your specific article page. For both page types the guide is split into a form and function section. Form being your most basic layout, the pieces you need for the page and how to handle them stylistically. Function guides you through how a user will experience each page and the added elements to help improve this experience.
Each suggestion is analyzed on its own page and is accompanied by a screenshot of a site that demonstrates the topic. If you want to explore the entirety of the site, you can click the magnifying glass in the upper left corner of the screenshot on each example page to launch the full site on your browser.
Check it out and less us know what you think?