Hidden pages, just like online Easter eggs, are the new way AutomoBible has devised to make your access to information easier and, at the same time, more appealing
In AutomoBible, we want to make car knowledge desirable. Every now and then, we mention that cars are an important part of our society. Everyone routinely interacts with them to some extent, so it is natural for us to develop some interest in them. Therefore, we firmly believe that information about cars should not be exclusive to few outlets focused on die-hard fans or on people looking for academic-level knowledge.
We have brought this topic so as to explain how we write our content. In short, we use recent events as a base to cover several items in the car world. Since we do not just cover the news, we need to explain the topic before proceeding to the article’s point. At first, the downside was that we had to repeat those core explanations many times while keeping them short so as not to make every article too long.
Hidden pages for core information
As you can imagine, quantity over quality is not really our goal. Now, we have dedicated pages to support our regular posts separately. Every time you read our posts, you may open its respective support pages to learn more about its topic, or simply focus on the post itself. Then again, since we want to make our blog attractive to our readers, we gave this plot a twist. There is no central page with links to all those pages 😀
Let us bring an example. Say you want to take our quiz on car names. If you want to focus on it, you may simply scroll down and answer the questions. Now, if you feel you need some context of the topic, there is a link there leading you to our support page on car names. We will do that as many times as needed on every article we publish here from now on. Can you find all the pages we have hidden on the blog?