We’ve added a new blog header with links that point to pre-filtered category pages related to some of the main blog topics. This is intended to help readers quickly find the blog posts that they are most interested in. While these categories aren’t comprehensive of all of the deal types and blog topics covered here on the blog, hopefully they will prove helpful in covering some of the main areas of interest for some of you.
As you should be able to see at the top of the main blog page, twelve topics are listed. Four of the category pages filter down to specific types of deal posts (CD, savings/MMA, checking/reward-checking, and bonuses). So if you only care about CDs, select the “CD Deals” link, and the page will show only blog posts featuring CD deals being offered by banks and credit unions. In addition to these deal types, three other category pages allow you to filter down to only posts covering deals from certain types of institutions – internet, nationwide, or local. (Note: category filters are not necessarily mutually exclusive; a post about a hot CD deal at a major internet bank, for instance, would likely show up in each of the CD Deals, Nationwide Deals, and Internet Banks categories).
Two of the topic links point directly to the CD rate survey and to the liquid account survey. These are my weekly reviews of the best CD rates and the best savings, money market, and checking account rates.
Lastly, three category pages are tied to non-deal-related subjects:Fed / Banking News, Strategies / Education, and Banking Tools and Data.
We hope that this addition proves useful to some of you who may be looking for quick reference points when trying to review past blog content. Also note that the search box at the top right of the site and the ‘view archive’ link at the bottom of the main blog page are always available, as well, for more comprehensive searches of past articles. We plan to continue to add additional topic navigation improvements in the months ahead: stay tuned!
Also, over the last few weeks, you may have noticed other enhancements to DepositAccounts.com. I’ll be posting details about those changes next week.