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This page has a lot of potential considering the growing presence of the web in the world. One of the references in this article doesn't work and the other is out of date by 6 years now, so it would benefit the article to update its information to pertain to 2016. There is a lot written about the topic of web content development, especially in the context of writing for the web, that would be helpful in further developing this article. It would also be useful to talk more about audiences as they are the ones that content developers are targeting on the web. Parts of this article seem to be biased with some undertones of cynicism towards technology and content developers as can be seen through the use of words like "manipulating." In terms of the structure, I think it would be good for each section mentioned in the lead (researching, writing, organizing, etc.) to have its own heading and to be discussed more in depth. Overall I think the article has incredible potential, it just needs more updated and relevant content. Buggzy641 (talk) 21:57, 26 January 2016 (UTC)
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