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Browsing content on a site can be difficult if the information is not organized, or if there are no clear and consistent navigation cues for finding content and returning to it later.

Customers group and organize information in many ways. Just go to a local library and take a look at how things are organized. In the United States, every library uses either the Dewey decimal system or the Library of Congress system for organizing books. These methods work fairly well for a wide variety of libraries—from small libraries of just thousands of books to national libraries of millions of books. Libraries are organized for searching. If patrons know the system, they can find anything.


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