Saturday, January 11, 2020

5 ways to make your website stand out

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5 ways to make your website stand out

Your website is just one of the billion sites stationed on the World Wide Web. Most likely, you don't think yours will ever be noticed.
We hear your cries of cyber attention. Here are five ways to make people click on your site.

1.) Make sure it looks professional.

No one likes to look at the website that reminds them of the report of a book they wrote at school. Invest in learning a good web design program (Dreamweaver MX and Microsoft Frontpage are good options) and let your creative juices flow. Make sure it is compelling, well designed and organized. People do not find it exactly fun to dig in the birds of cyber files to get the information they want.
In that sense, don't make it a heavy place. Putting some flash introductions can be a great visual attraction, but the average Internet user only waits 10 seconds for one page to load, and then they go to the next one.

2.) Put your URL in all possible search engines.

Putting your URL on business cards and annoying your family and friends to visit your site will not exactly increase traffic. Sending it to search engines will make it easier for people to find it, as long as your website contains the topics they are looking for. To understand how a search engine works, consider it as a "spider": it crawls your website, collecting words and information that would then be indexed in the search engine database. So be sure to season your site with keywords that you consider relevant to what people are looking for. Web directories, such as Yahoo!, Are operated by humans who really rank websites.

3.) Link everywhere.

Find other sites that have content similar to yours and request to exchange links. Create banners to place on other people's websites and offer them the same on your site. Add your URL in your email signature. Join webrings if necessary, there is nothing like strength in numbers.

4.) Offline advertising.

The world of cyberspace is not enough to make you notice. Write press releases and send them to local newspapers and magazines. Print flyers to be distributed. Just make sure your site is already up and running to avoid giving people a bad impression (nobody likes to be pumped for something just to be disappointed).

5.) Interact with your readers.

Create forums or message boards for your visitors to interact with each other. Chat rooms often require a lot of time for some, while message boards allow them to check responses from time to time. Create an email list so you can update your visitors about new developments and always be open to comments, that's what will make your site even better.