Many bloggers consider navigation usually as little more than the bar of the menu on top of their blog. But it is always more, much more. It usually means the complete interaction of the web user with your web site.
Navigation is defined as the measure of the ease your users find in finding a way around your website, how simple it is for the web user to find a way of engaging with the content of the website. Web users prefer a website where they are able to find the information they need and with so much ease.
This embraces even their navigation throughout the web pages and web posts, their interaction with the changing web content such as comment forms and polls, and their simplicity in finding whatever information you desire them to access.
Navigation that is commonly used refers to giving guide to huge vessels like ships or/and an aircraft. In the third movie of Pirates of the Caribbean, Captain Jack Sparrow perfectly demonstrates this concept. In the movie, Captain Jack Sparrow uses a unique compass which others imagined was broke to lead him in the direction of ‘his heart’s desire’. The compass, rather than point north, it would have its tip in the direction of the holder’s most wished for object.
Google is most web user’s compass of magic. A web user can type in keywords in Google which will then direct them in the correct direction to lead them to that which they seek. This has made it simple to find information of use. Generally Google uses the Keywords provided by the user and matches them with those located in different sites and then directs the user. Because of this Google’s simple approach to information finding, its logo and brand is famous with locating almost everything on the internet. And almost all internet users believe that Google is the only reliable search engine.
In order to increase dramatically your blog’s success, you require this principle from Google’s playbook. Keep your blog simple and stupid. This is to ensure your website answers the needs of the user even before it answers those that you want the user to find out. As you work towards making it easier for your internet users to reach throughout your website and have interaction points, you will have a dramatic improvement in the number of visitors who repeat their visits to your site and in the user interaction.