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Add A Tweak To Your Website; Create A Community (1)
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    2003-12-05

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    Add A Tweak To Your Website; Create A Community (1)
    by Oluwafisayo Akinlolu

    I am quite sure you've gotten into the website promotion game and
    like any other person, you are finding it a little hard keeping up.

    Classifieds, FFA sites, banner exchange, ezines, article writing etc.
    works but why not install an automatic traffic generator, create an
    online community.

    Here's why an online community is an automatic traffic generator.

    1. It makes your visitor to keep comming back (you never loose
    them, they just keep coming because its a community)
    2. When they come back, they bring somebody along with them
    (you don't pay them for this but they do it all the same and they are
    more than glad)
    3. Your visitors just keep telling people about the community because that's the only thing they can do. (Communities talk)

    To build a community online, all you need is a theme. What will
    the community be about? Computers, medicine, religion, business,
    opportunities, marketing, etc.

    You will for instance become a member of an online community
    that is geared towards helping single parents if you are one and
    would not hesitate to be a part of a community that is computer
    related if you are into computers.

    Worthy of note is to try to create a community that has not been
    over created by others or you add additional facilities. Like someone once said; "Do not follow where the path leads, go
    instead where there is no path and leave a trail." Anonymous.

    Here are some ideas for creating a community online.

    1. Add chat facilities to your site. (People will keep coming just to talk)
    2. Create a discusion board where people can post problems to and get answers.
    3. Create an article submission site (A resource for writers,
    publishers of ezines, webmasters etc.)

    The list is endless, just come up with a theme and then create a
    community. You will understand what I mean by an automatic
    traffic generator once you have a community at your website.

    Oluwafisayo Akinlolu 2003.
    Contact: wisdomcalls@yahoo.com
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