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How to Make Your Website Sticky!
By: Titus Hoskins
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    Five Nifty Ways to Make Your Site Sticky! 'Stickiness' is one of the most overlooked aspects of site promotion. Webmasters, jump thru hoops to optimize their sites for the search engines, work like mad to find the right keywords, and double over backwards to build links.

    The mere mention of PR Rankings can have them frothing at the mouth!

    Yet, many webmasters ignore the one factor that can greatly improve 'all of the above'.

    That factor is 'stickiness'!

    Does your site stick to your visitors. Do you make a good impression. Will they remember your site. And most of all, will they come back?

    How sticky is your site? Will your visitors spend 30 seconds (if you're lucky) on your site and then quickly surf on. Never to be seen again!

    If that's your scenario -- you're missing a key element in your site's construction. The one factor that can really determine the extent of your site's success.

    That factor is 'stickiness' -- how effective you are at getting your visitors not only to remember your site, but actually getting those visitors coming back for more.

    Here's how you can greatly improve the 'stickiness' of your site. Most of these steps are easy to implement - and only takes a few minutes of your time.

    1. Add to MyYahoo Button. Place this button on all your key pages. There are over 30 million people using the 'MyYahoo' sites and growing. Visitors can add your RSS feed url to their 'MyYahoo' sites and your site's content will instantly be updated when they open their Yahoo page.

    Don't have a RSS Feed for your site - you can get a free one from sites like eBlogger. Just make a blog about your site's updates or publish your ezine in a blog. Then place this feed and blog on your site.

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