How To Get Visitors To Your Web Site

Written by Elmar Alex

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Some programs offer you only 1 level of referrals, others - as many as 10 or even 20 levels. The golden mean is perhaps 5-6 levels, still. Last but notrepparttar least point is if you enjoy dealing with this particular program. If you see right away where to click to sign up, where to click to start surfing and so on, then you like it. It’s extremely important in my opinion if you enjoyrepparttar 125104 surfing process itself. It is normally required that you spend some time viewingrepparttar 125105 site to earn a credit. But if there’s no clear indication ofrepparttar 125106 moment when you may leave forrepparttar 125107 next site (just general instruction to wait 25 or 30 seconds) it’s often confusing. You get really annoyed to read time after time: “You’re surfing too fast; no credit earned”. Again good example is No More Hits. You see “Wait for Credit” while viewingrepparttar 125108 site and “Account Credited” when you may click torepparttar 125109 next site. Easy and clear! Also enjoyable is surfing with ClickSilo. They show you blue, red and green buttons and when you may go torepparttar 125110 next site you see: “Click Red” or “Click Green”. Nice! Take into consideration above-mentioned criteria – sign up bonus, exchange ratio, referral system and friendliness ofrepparttar 125111 program. Join several good programs. You will surely get visitors to your site and atrepparttar 125112 same time receive interesting information fromrepparttar 125113 others. Happy surfing!

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"The Virtual Garden"

Written by Bob Osgoodby

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Consistency means that you advertise in different places, and on a regular basis. Let's face it - any advertising program must use multiple ways to reach their audience. Search out publications that are geared toward your target market, and contract with them on a "long term" basis. Many offer discounts for ongoing ads. When someone sees your ad in different places, they start to pay attention. Enough exposure and they just may contact you for further information.

Which brings us torepparttar third step in your program. If you don't use an auto-responder, you are simply not serious in your advertising efforts. The auto-response presentsrepparttar 125103 details to them about your offer. They not only get your response within minutes, but you get their E-mail address for follow-up purposes. You can get auto-responders from a number of places, but perhapsrepparttar 125104 simplest is usingrepparttar 125105 Eudora email client. If someone sends an email to a specific address, or with a specific subject line, it can automatically file it in a follow up folder and send a canned response.

I got a check yesterday from a person I never even talked with. She visited our web site and requested additional information, which was sent by our auto-responder. What a great way to do business.

The final step isrepparttar 125106 actual harvest, and you must haverepparttar 125107 proper tools. You must have a way to immediately closerepparttar 125108 deal and forrepparttar 125109 prospectrepparttar 125110 make payment. You can use a number of resources including your own merchant account, online checks or a service such as PayPal.

Advertising onrepparttar 125111 Internet has no magic. Unless it is done properly, howeverrepparttar 125112 world will NOT beat a path to your door. You must userepparttar 125113 same techniques and procedures that you would use in any offline advertising campaign.

Those that do will have a successful business, and likerepparttar 125114 Virtual Garden reap a profitable harvest.

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