Website Promotion – The Power of Writing ArticlesWritten by Charles Essmeier
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Clearly, I was on to something. I began writing articles in earnest. It wasn’t hard; as I am promoting seven different Websties, I had seven different topics to choose from. In six weeks or so since I published my first article, I have written 60 more on topics relating to seven of my Websites. In that six weeks’ time, total number of links from external sites to my own sites has increased from 765 to 11302. The growth in number of external links to my sites has been explosive, and I’m now getting daily traffic to each of my sites. In just six weeks, I have managed to obtain a level of traffic that previously took me more than a year to obtain through traditional Website promotion methods. If you have a knack for writing, submitting free content articles is a great, fast, effective Website promotion tool. I highly recommend it.
©Copyright 2005 by Retro Marketing. Charles Essmeier is owner of Retro Marketing, a firm devoted to informational Websites, including End-Your-Debt.com, a site devoted to debt consolidation and credit counseling, and HomeEquityHelp.com, a site devoted to information regarding home equity loans.
©Copyright 2005 by Retro Marketing. Charles Essmeier is the owner of Retro Marketing, a firm devoted to informational Websites, including End-Your-Debt.com, a site devoted to debt consolidation and credit counseling, and HomeEquityHelp.com, a site devoted to information regarding home equity loans.
Benefits Of An Accessible Website: Part 1 - Increase In ReachWritten by Trenton Moss
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* Users on slow connections regularly turn images off to enable a quicker download time. Some browsers, such as text-only Lynx browser do not display images at all.
* Not every user has downloaded latest Flash program that's needed to access your site. Additionally, download time on Flash websites often takes so long that users lose patience and don't even wait to see content. Just 25% of web users in UK are connected to Internet via broadband (source: National Statistics).
This article was written by Trenton Moss. He's crazy about web usability and accessibility - so crazy that he went and started his own web usability and accessibility consultancy ( Webcredible - http://www.webcredible.co.uk ) to help make the Internet a better place for everyone.