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Drop down menus a thing of the past?

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Hi all,

I am very new to web design and am in the process of starting my first blog! I want to set up my blog in a well designed way that readers can easily manage before dumping in a bunch of content. I have been reading that drop down menus are not the best for readability or for SEO purposes, as they stop they flow of the reader and it's more difficult on the google crawlers.

Do you agree?

I have an idea of how I would like to set up my menu and would like to know what you all think. Hypothetically, if my blog was about travel I would have a main tab of destinations. Rather than having a drop down menu that displays all the destinations I've written about, that menu item would take the reader to another page that has a list of links of the different destinations. When they click on these links it would take them to another page that displays all the articles written about this destination whether it would be food, lodging, it is under the main tab of the destination. Basically it starts out broad and then becomes more and more specified.

Would this set up be good for readability? And would it be good for organic google SEO?

Please let me know what you all think and I appreciate any feedback and insight.




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