This week the CropLife Media Group (CLMG) unveiled its redesigned Web site: PrecisionAg.com. The new site, which features content from the PrecisionAg Special Reports and PrecisionAg eNews, offers faster, easier access to the information you need.
In this article, I’ll walk you through some of the new features and content:
New Navigation. The site’s improved navigation includes topic-focused subsections (e.g., GPS, Steering, Variable Rate) that allow users to quickly drill down to subjects they are looking for, a feature preferred by many who have already given the site a trial run.
Better Search. Users have the ability to easily refine search results. Filter by relevancy, date, and article/video to quickly find the information you desire.
Related Content. Links to other relevant articles and videos are prominently featured throughout the new PrecisionAg.com, including on our top story “widgets” and on every article page. These links offer more headlines related to topics of interest, providing users a more rewarding online experience.
Most Viewed/Most Commented Lists. View the most popular headlines on PrecisionAg.com via our Most Viewed/Most Commented lists featured in the right-hand column and throughout the site. Discover which articles and videos our users found most interesting.
Streaming Video. Users can browse videos by category to easily find the latest industry interviews, event coverage, and new product launches. Visitors can also share PrecisionAg.com videos through social media and even embed the content on their own sites.
Social Media. You can participate in the latest conversations about precision agriculture via our #precisionag Twitter feed, as well as follow discussions on precision agriculture on our exclusive online forum, the PrecisionAg Network.
Better Integration With PrecisionAg Institute. The PrecisionAg Institute – an independent global forum dedicated to the sharing of precision agriculture practices, ideas, research, products, services and success stories – is featured more prominently throughout the site.
Post A Comment. If an article piques your interest or makes you think of something, you can add it to the article. We found this to be a great tool to allow our audience to participate in the content — not just consume it. To post a comment, simply enter your name and e-mail.
So be sure to explore the new Web site to check out these features and whole lot more. We want it to be everything you need to help you use precision ag technology in your business. Please tell us what you think by e-mailing any constructive comments or questions to [email protected], or simply use our comment box below.