How to get repeat visitors to your siteWritten by Jonathan White
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3.Checking your site for broken links This is very important when having a site. If your site does not function properly, then your visitors will not even bother with it. One of most annoying things when visiting a site is when it has continuous broken links. If you find it hard to manually check your site for broken links, then a good piece of free software to use would be REL Link Checker Lite, which can be downloaded from http://www.relsoftware.com
4.Getting other people’s opinions When having a site, other than your own thoughts, it is also a good idea to get other people’s opinions. For example, colours of your site, what parts people like on your site most, what parts people dislike most, etc. Getting opinions from your visitors like this will help you to find out what most people dislikes about your site, which means you can then improve these parts, making it better for your visitors in return.
Jonathan White has been doing marketing on the Web for over three years now and is the Webmaster of http://www.simplysearch4it.com - a general web portal where you can play FREE online games, add free articles, search the Web and much more.
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Cut Your Support Costs AND Increase Customer SatisfactionWritten by Toby Wolf
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Toby Wolf was one of the online pioneers, beginning consulting in 1990 & has done work for companies like Dell, AOL, SBC & Amoco. Toby is the founder of AlphaOne Technology, & has designed, managed, or provided search engine optimization for over 200 web sites since 1997. E-Mail Toby