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How To Get Your Visitors Returning Back To Your Website
By: Jonathan White
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    2007-04-03

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    7. Giving your Website a good name is very important. If you give your site a name that has nothing to do with your sites topic or is to long to remember, then there is less of a chance that your site will get passed on through word of mouth and also, it will be harder for people to remember your sites web address and will then result in less returning visitors to your website.

    8. Giving away freebies is not important, but can actually bring returning visitors to your site. For example, if you offer game competitions on your website where your visitors can win prizes, for playing your games, where they then compete with other players, then there is more of a chance that a visitor will play your games, than what they would with other gaming sites where they donít offer prizes to their visitors.

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    Jonathan White has been doing online market research, advertising and other online activities for over 4 years now. He currently owns http://www.simplysearch4it.com, http://games.simplysearch4it.com, http://articles.simplysearch4it.com and http://products.simplysearch4it.com.


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