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Sunday, January 02, 2005

A New Year, a New Traffick!

Longtime readers of Traffick will have noticed by now that something seems a wee different here... OK, a lot different! We perform a complete overhaul of the Traffick site, including new content, a new design and new architecture. The new site launched on Jan. 2 whilst many of you nursed a hangover.

So what's changed, aside from the new look and feel?

1. Traffick Blog Archives. Now you can easily track down that post from three weeks ago without going insane. A link to the blog archives is now included with every post -- for no extra charge.

2. Streamlined Sitewide Navigation. We've consolidated our navigation options at the top of the page in drop-down menus, and switched to that hip micro-font for our navigation buttons that all the kool kids are using these days. You'll "ooh and ahh" at the semi-transparency of the menu items -- or your money back.

3. More Syndication Options. You're down with RSS right? Then you'll be glad to know that we've expanded our syndication options so you can get Traffick how you want it, when you want it.

4. Return of Haloscan. We tried Blogger's commenting system, but it wasn't flexible enough, so we're back to Haloscan. Feel free to comment early and often, sorta like Ohio in 2004.

5. New Advertising Options. Yep, we've officially sold out. For an un-limited time, our unique brand of internet search enlightenmentTM is for sale to the highest bidder. Assuming our negotiations do not fall apart, we will soon be having an editorial change of heart about Microsoft. (Hey Bill! 'sup Steve?)

6. New Internal Site Search. We've dumped Atomz in favor of Google for our site search box, which is accessible under our navigation bar at top. You can also search the web from Traffick with that same box. Of course, we get a little tiny cut of the action when you click on the sponsored links on the Traffick-branded search results pages. Just sayin'.

There you have it. We hope you like our new appearance. As always, let us know what you think.

Posted by Cory Kleinschmidt




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