10 Practical Suggestions For Fostering a Successful Website

Written by John Karnish

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6.) Paste your most common misspelled words into another document and study them so you don't make them over again.

7.) If you would like your site to be in English but you don't speak it well, consider making an offer with someone who speaks English fluently. They could help so that your page reads well in English and you can translate their page into your native language.

8.) Frequent popular forums and message boards. This will keep you up to date withrepparttar latest trends in internet marketing.

9.) It can be very easy to get smothered in daily e-mails. So create some saved responses to common questions. This will save you a lot of time since you don't have to type them over and over again. Make sure to addrepparttar 132060 person's name to make it look unique.

10.) Always get your visitors to subscribe to some kind of mailing list. You work very hard to get your visitors, you want to make sure you don't loose touch. If you don't have a newsletter, at least get them to sign up to receive information on updates of your site.

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Going Global

Written by Roberta Beach Jacobson

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Another thing that urks me at many sites is when you see a button where you can click on your weather. Most of these programs turn out to offer weather for North America and North America only. What if your reader in Tokyo or Paris wants to knowrepparttar weather, too?

Dittorepparttar 132059 news. For sites offeringrepparttar 132060 top news reports, I‘ll bet half offer only American news. What about visitors living in Asia or Europe, don‘t we also want news? In a news story, I find it bothersome that every reference to “government“ has to refer to Washington. Or that every stock quote must be fromrepparttar 132061 U.S.

Folks, there‘s a whole world out here ready to visit your Website and maybe buy your products. Why shut us out?

Do you suppose I‘ll be going back to a Website that offers only weather for North America or claims my address is incorrect because I did not select a state from their listing? No, I‘ve hadrepparttar 132062 door slammed in my face and once is enough. They won‘t get my business because they‘ve more or less made it clear to me at first visit that I am unimportant to them.

I‘m not suggesting we go out and hire sociologists instead of Webmasters, but let‘s not go out of our way to turn off a potential customer base from all overrepparttar 132063 planet either. Examine your own site and see what positive changes you might make in this regard.

Once we all start thinking globally, we‘ll act it. As we attract new customers, our success rates are bound to go up. After all, I can‘t think of a better place to go global than cyberspace.

Roberta Beach Jacobson is an American freelance writer who has lived in Europe since 1974. She is the editor of Kafenio (http://www.kafeniocom.com). She can be reached at editor@kafeniocom.com.

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