There are different ways to organizes your website pages, or different types of taxonomy. The most popular is the hierarchical taxonomy, which organizes individual pages based on importance and involves parent and child pages. There is also flat taxonomy, which is a list of all items that are considered equal. For example, these could simply be a few category pages at the top of the homepage, such as ‘how it works’, ‘testimonials’, and ‘contact us’. There is also a network taxonomy that allows you to organize content in a hierarchy and by association. This could be a great option if you want to highlight the most popular content on your site. The last type of taxonomy is a facet, which means something can be in multiple categories. This is a popular feature if you offer users the ability to search or filter by certain options.