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Web Site Week – Day 2

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Web Site Week – Day 2

Welcome to day 2 of Web Site Week! Today, we’ll be discussing Web site stickiness and ways to get more hits on your site. If you didn’t understand a word of that last sentence, that’s okay! By the end of this week, you will be a Web site wizard!

First off, Web site stickiness means making your Web site so interesting, so entertaining and so informative that visitors will want to keep coming back. If your Web site is very sticky, visitors will come more frequently and stay longer.

There are many ways to increase your Web site’s stickiness, which we will be discussing all this week. You can have an interactive Web site or even have updated content. Or, another option is to provide services and gadgets on the site to make it helpful or easier when people visit your site. An example of that would be offering a news service on your page or perhaps, offering a search from your site. You may have seen that type of thing on other Web sites. So, now that you know all about Web site stickiness, let’s begin with today’s tutorial.

Google Page Creator (get there by clicking www.webring.com [1] and you can search for a Webring at the top of the page.

2.) Click on it and read about it. If you want to join, click the Join Now link.

3.) Now, you must read the Terms and Conditions of the ring you choose. When you have finished and if you still wish to join, click the Join link.

4.) Then you will just have to fill out some simple questions about your Web site and yourself.

5.) If you are accepted into the ring, you will receive an e-mail with an HTML code in it. You just need to copy and paste that code on to your homepage and you’re in!

Those are just a few things you can do to bring more traffic to your Web site. Now, make sure you stay tuned, because I have even more fun Web site information for you all tomorrow! See you then!

~ Neil Patel

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[1] www.webring.com: http://dir.webring.com/rw