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How to Make Your Website Sticky!
By: Titus Hoskins
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    Then send out monthly/weekly/daily emails to your list offering helpful information. Bring your subscribers back to your site for any updates, promotions, information, etc. that you offer on or thru your site.

    5. Content. Don't forget the obvious factor. You must have great, helpful, entertaining, useful...CONTENT! Without great content -- the reason people are on your site in the first place -- all the above 'stickiness' factors are useless!

    Content is the reason we go back to a site. If you don't have good content on your site -- all the tricks in the world won't help you get your visitors back to your site. Make sure your visitors have a good reason to come back to your site -- provide great content and information.

    Then implement all the nifty ways mentioned above and you will be on your way to making your site sticky.

    Keep them coming back for more and you will reap the rewards.

    Titus Hoskins

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