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SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is a very important factor to consider when designing your website. This is because in past research it shows that over about 85% of people use search engines first before using anything else to find what they are looking for online. So if your site has poor SEO then you will not do all that well within major search engines. If you do well with your sites SEO then you are likely to see some good results from major search engines. Some sites even receive most of their traffic from major search engines.
To make your site stickier you can:
4.Add games to your website
Adding games to your website is a very good way of making your site stickier. This is because a lot of people like to play games when they are either bored or have nothing much to do. http://games.simplysearch4it.com is an example of a site that has got games added to it just so that it can increase its stickiness.
5.Add free reprint articles to your website If you find it hard to find content to add to your site to make it bigger or stickier then a good thing to consider is reprint articles. This is because these reprint articles can be added to your site for free and it makes your sites content larger, which can then increase stickiness of your website. You can find some free reprint articles at following categorized article directories:
6.Add features to your site that many others do not offer
You could look through a large amount of other sites to see what they have to offer. Once you have done that, you can then see what would be a good thing to add to your site in, which many of these other sites donít offer. For example, http://products.simplysearch4it.com offers a product price comparison directory, which is a feature that many other sites across web do not offer.
Doing something like this where many other sites donít offer it means that more people are likely to come to your site just to use it.
Jonathan White has been involved in online marketing for over three years now and is the Webmaster of http://www.simplysearch4it.com where he also operates the free reprint articles directory at http://articles.simplysearch4it.com