Friday, November 23, 2007

10 Ways To Keep Visitors On Your Site Longer

The more time people spend at your web site, the more time you'll have to persuade them to buy your product or service. Below are ten powerful ways to keep visitors at your web site longer.

1. Provide your web site visitors with content they can't read anywhere else. People will stay longer at your web site to read the original content.

2. Remind your web site visitors they can print out your content. They may browse around your online store while it's printing.

3. Offer your web site visitors a freebie if they take the time to fill out your online survey. They'll be at the site longer and might buy something afterwards.

4. Offer your visitors free software that they can download right from your web site. While they are waiting they might read your ad.

5. Provide a huge online directory of information that your visitors could search. The directory must contain information your visitors would want.

6. Make sure all your web pages load fast or your visitors will leave fast. Time is precious; they won't waste it waiting for your site to load.

7. Tell your visitors what's offered at your web site at the very beginning. If people are confused about what's being offered they may leave too early.

8. Publish your web site professionally. People will get turned off and leave if they see a lot of spelling and grammar mistakes.

9. Make your site text easy to read. Most people won't strain their eyes trying to read text that is too small, light or bright.

10. Use headlines and sub headlines all over your your web site that will grab visitors attention. It will attract them to explore your web site longer.

Andy Macdonald owns and runs his own uk website design business called Swift Media UK, which incorporates custom logo design

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Thursday, November 08, 2007

Blogging at Blogsvertise

I have been blogging at blogsvertise for a few months now and I can say I am satisfied with their services. Their requirements for your blog to be approved is not that strict. They require your blog to be at least 3 months old though. For younger blogs and with lower popularity, they pay from $2-$5 but later on you will get assignments at $10 already. Sometimes, you get up to 4 assignments at the same time. Othertimes, none but they are doing campaigns to get more advertisers. If you want to earn more, they have a referral program. You get 20% commission for every advertiser referred. If you have a business online and you want to create buzz about it or want your site to be reviewed, you will learn more about their advertising program here. The fees are minimal and it would be a win-win situation for you.

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