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PostSubject: Website redesigns   Tue Jul 03, 2007 8:19 pm

Editor & Publisher talks to the LA Times, Washington Post and USA Today about their websites and what to do with them.

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NEW YORK When you've got one of the largest, most successful newspaper Web sites in the country (and the world), making major changes to your homepage can be a big roll of the dice. Your users have grown used to your site and branding, they rely on it to get their news there every day, and, no matter how the changes improve the site, some are going to miss things the way they were.

Still, if a newspaper site -- even a major news source with upwards of 50 million hits per month -- remains too static these days it risks falling way behind the competition. With readers migrating en masse to the Web for their news, making sure your paper's site is ahead of the curve becomes ever more vital.

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