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@norske: So, this is a draft target page for plugin makers. I had to emulate the layout of the site to test the content structure, roughly inserting a piece of markup directly into the copied HTML output (which is awful . But it’s just much faster than drawing a whole page from scratch, so… Hope, you’ll get the main idea anyway)
Normally it looks kinda this (not sure if css loads properly):
This is just my vision of a basic logical (selling) structure. Feel free to make any changes. Texts should be rewritten by someone more literate Unfortunately, I’m not yet ready to copywrite in English))
@James_Nylen: this looks like a great start
where does this fit into the site’s navigation structure?
@norske: Ideally, it should be a section with a bunch of similar pages, each one for a single segment of the target audience: plugin devs, theme devs (almost a copy, but focused), agencies, site owners, whatever. Imho, the closest solution is drupal.org section ‘why drupal?’. In future I’d also drop there any typical marketing ‘package’: cases, success stories, reviews, partners, awards, usage stats etc.
And BTW (just to fix the idea before I finally go to sleep we might need a page kinda Wall of fame, to publicly ‘thank’ companies/teams, who somehow help CP or support community. E.g donations, hosting, free tools (kinda crowdin). Listing them in such a page is equivalent to a promotion which costs us nothing and give them small informational occasion. Public ‘thanks’ often helps to esteblish relationship and attract new partners. I’d even mention WP team there) Installatron and Softaculous, any others.
@ElisabettaC77: @norske I like the hall of fame. For the section above I agree.
It should answer the question who is CP for?
@Michelle_Coe: @norske I really like your concept. I am happy to help with editing what you (or others) write but I can’t generate this content from scratch, so I appreciate the work you’ve done here. @James_Nylen what are your thoughts on the proposed changes to the nav? It seems to me that we could add the pages as “For Theme Developers”, “For Plugin Developers”, etc. underneath “Resources” for now but as we build case studies and fill in some of the other areas, we may want to rearrange the site structure a bit.
And — another vote from me on the Gratitude Wall
@norske: Technically these pages are not critical for SEO, maybe we can move + redirect 301 them later, with no harm. Resourses section seems to be a nice place for now. Saves time)
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@James_Nylen: Sorry just realized I never answered the ping above. Putting this new case study / landing page under Resources sounds good to me as a starting point.