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How to Get Rid of Your Visitors!
By: Terri Seymour
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    2007-04-04

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    ** Lack of Content -You've got to have content. People visit a website to see what the site has that will benefit them. Useful, helpful, practical content can't be beat! This would include resources, freebies, tips, ideas, information, interaction, contests, etc.

    One thing you can do is visit several sites that pertain to your business. Study these sites and write down what you find annoying. Write down any reasons you have for leaving the site. Take note of what you like about these sites. Incorporate all these findings into creating a sharp, clean, useful website with nothing that will chase away your visitors!

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    Terri Seymour has several years online experience and has helped many people start their own business. Visit her site at http://www.seymourproducts.com for help, resources & more. Seymour Products also offers resell ebooks for just $1 each, free to join affiliate programs and a free weekly ezine. mailto:subscribe@seymourproducts.com


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