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Get them to answer surveys about your site by offering rewards in return. Readers often disregard surveys that are made to help websites in their development. By offering them promos or small prizes, they would more or less spend a little of their time with these surveys.
Make use of directories where people can search for specific topics and information they need. This would insure time consumption and will be a relief to those in a hurry.
Be professional in your publishing. Grammatical and spelling errors are a major turn off to readers. Your website is being accessed worldwide by different kinds of people. Most of them are literate enough to understand and judge mistakes they will encounter.
Make your prints easy to read. Not too big or small for people to understand them easily. And not to bright or dark which is sometimes very irritating to eyes. Using right shade of colors in designs also needs consideration.
Use attention catching headlines, like a phrase or a sentence likely to arouse their curiosity. Graphic designs can also be a plus factor as long as it is related to your site and guaranteed to make people stop and stare and browse.
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