8 Reasons Why People Don't Visit Your MLM Web Site

Written by Talbert Williams

8 Reasons Why People Don't Visit Your MLM Web Site -By Talbert Williams

1. You don't offer free original content. It's important to give your visitors information they can't find any-where else.

If you'rerepparttar only source for a certain type of information, people will flock to your web site.

2. You don't offer free software. Most people like to find good deals on software for their computers. Ifrepparttar 102482 software is free, that is even better.

3. You don't offer a free contest or sweepstakes. It's a fact, people like to win things. If you can fulfill that need, people will stop by to visit.

4. You don't offer a free directory. Create a directory of web sites on a particular topic that is related to your target audience.

People will visit because they will find what they're looking for, all in one place.

5. You don't offer a free e-zine. Most people love to get free information that they're interested in emailed to them on a regular basis. This saves them time and money.

6. You don't offer a free community. People like to have a place were they can have discussions with others on a particular subject. You could add a chat room or message board to your web site.

An Overlooked Niche You Can Target

Written by David Nguyen

If you were going to open a business with your own money, which of these two would you attempt?

A mega superstore orrepparttar corner deli?

Would you try to battle some ofrepparttar 102481 world's largest companies, withrepparttar 102482 most established names and huge budgets? Or would you try to find a community with relatively few eateries and a sizeable population, then try to appeal to that group of people? If you wantedrepparttar 102483 best chance of success, you would openrepparttar 102484 corner deli. Guess what many people would do when givenrepparttar 102485 equivalent online choice?

That's right. Many people who create web sites try to buildrepparttar 102486 "superstore" web site instead ofrepparttar 102487 "corner deli" site. They join dozens, even hundreds, of affiliate programs, create as many categories as Yahoo and then link to all these programs.

They're unlikely to succeed. They will not be knowledgeable about most of those programs. How can they be? There are only 24 hours in a day. Why would people visit their site? People visit web sites for information. Don't ever let anyone tell you differently. If a site doesn't have some sort of unique, specialized information then it has nothing.

Internet marketing. It's not a niche. It's a mass market, like Wal-Mart rather thanrepparttar 102488 local deli. Yet it's amazing how many neophytes try and promote Internet marketing affiliate programs. Most likely they do this because that'srepparttar 102489 first thing they are exposed to when contemplating starting an online business. But that's notrepparttar 102490 right approach.

The right approach is to userepparttar 102491 information about Internet marketing to carve a niche for yourself in a place where there is not as much competition as inrepparttar 102492 "gorilla" areas - areas where you have to compete with proverbial giants.

You have to focus on a niche you know and love. Why? Because that'srepparttar 102493 only way you're going to be able to devoterepparttar 102494 kind of time and effort to create a meaningful site, build uprepparttar 102495 right traffic, generate worthwhile income, and enjoy what you're doing.

Here's an example. I sell display-ready ship models. It's a niche that upon first inspection has a lot of competitors. But most are just small shops that have a web site. Is there demand? Yes, a search on Overture's Keyword tool reveals nearly 30,000 searches last month forrepparttar 102496 phrase "ship model" and thousands more specific searches for a number of related items.

What'srepparttar 102497 top bid? About $0.70, so there's money in it too. Advertisers don't continuously pay that kind of money without generating results. So there's your answer. Yes, there is demand and there is money in it. Is there too much competition?

No, you don't see any "gorillas"repparttar 102498 size of a Sears or General Motors or Amazon in it. When you think of model ships, there's no company that you instantly associate with it, like Amazon when you think of books. That's a promising start.

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