How To Get The Most Mileage Out Of Running A Contest

Written by Denise Turney

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After you decide on a contest that complimentsrepparttar products you sell and also wetsrepparttar 125169 appetite of your target audience, get busy submitting your contest to leading freebie, contest, and sweepstake directories. These directories will bring you good traffic. One such place to start is The Freebie Directory ( Fromrepparttar 125170 directory you can submit your contest to 100 or more freebie, contest and sweepstakes sites. Keep in mind that many of these sites will request a reciprocal link from you. Create a link page before you place your submissions so you can completerepparttar 125171 process of submitting your site to 100+ contest directories in less than a few hours. Once you're in, you'll notice immediate results!

At we recently ranrepparttar 125172 1st Annual Chistell Poetry Contest. The response was overwhelming!

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Add "wow!" to create a buzz!

Written by Steve Nash

Continued from page 1 Create a community Offer free stuff Add search to your site Offer a prize or competition Let visitors play games Write an article (or three)


The web is literally brim-full with free website building tools that can really improve your website. Again, you are only limited by your own imagination (or creative combination of other people's imagination!). I recommend you visit all of these sites, and get thinking...

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Think for a while aboutrepparttar sites that *you* really like, and think why it is that you like them. And always be onrepparttar 125168 look- out for good ideas, both online and offline.


Make your site a "wow!", and get everyone talking about (and visiting) your site. Sounds simple, doesn't it! It isn't, but there are lots of tools and resources onrepparttar 125169 Internet to help you. Just add your brain... then create a buzz!

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