10 Amazing Tips To Get Repeat Web Traffic
by Jo Han Mok
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Published on this site: October 19th, 2007 - See
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Web traffic is good, but nothing beats traffic like having
a repeat and constant flood of visitors.
The 10 tips are:
- Update the pages on your website frequently. Stagnant
sites are dropped by some search engines. You can even put
a date counter on the page to show when it was last
- Offer additional value on your website. For affiliates
and partners you can place links to their sites and
products and ask them to do the same for you. You can also
advertise their books or videos, if these products relate
to your industry and are not in competition with your own
- You can allow customers to "opt in" to get discounts and
special offers. Place a link on your site to invite
customers to "opt in" to get a monthly newsletter or
- Add a link to your primary page with a script "Book Mark
or Add this site to your Favorites".
- Add a link "Recommend this site to a Friend" so that the
visitor can email your website link, with a prewritten
title, "Thought you might be interested in this", just by
clicking on it.
- Brand your website so that visitors always know they are
on your site. Use consistent colors, logos and slogans and
always provide a "Contact Us" link on each page.
- Create a "Our Policies" page that clearly defines your
philosophy and principles in dealing with your customers.
they are secure when they visit your site.
- Create a FAQ page which addresses most of the doubts and
clarifications about your product or your company that are
likely to be asked. This helps to resolve most of the
customers doubts in their first visit to your site.
- Ensure that each page on your website has appropriate
titles and keywords so that your customer can find their
way back to your site if they lose the book mark.
- Never spam a client, who has opted for newsletters,
with unsolicited emails. Later if they decide they want to"opt out" of the mailings, be sure you honor their request
and take them off the mailing list. They may still come
back if they like your products. But they will certainly
not come back if you continue to flood their email box with
mails they no longer wish to receive.
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