Happy New Year!
You'll notice that H&HN Daily and the H&HN website have new looks to ring in the New Year (truth be told, we did a soft launch of the redesigned website just before Christmas).
What's behind the changes? You.
We know that you are busy executives and discerning consumers of news. Our editorial mission is to deliver timely and relevant information that will help propel your organizations forward. At the same time, we know that you have a lot of choices and are looking for media outlets that provide content in a coherent and interesting manner. H&HN has been meeting those demands for several years with award-winning content in print and online. Unfortunately, our website was, to be blunt, horrible. It was hard to find content, the search engine didn't work and the layout left a lot to be desired. Navigating the site was as frustrating for us as it was you.
Well, we've changed all of that. Our goal with the new website is not just cosmetic, although we do think it looks a lot better. We've organized content in a more coherent manner, making it easier for you to find the information you are looking for, as well as interesting things you didn't expect. You can filter articles not just by content, but also by C-suite job titles.
We've also made it easier for you to find columns from such thought leaders as Emily Friedman and Ian Morrison (as well as your favorite staff bloggers).
We think the site offers a much better user experience and we'll continue to make modifications to make it even better. So go ahead, kick the tires and let us know what you think. We'd love to hear your thoughts. Comment: Twitter