10 Reasons Why Websites Fail - And How To Avoid The Normal Pitfalls
(Page 1 of 8 )
Perhaps you have attempted (maybe more than once) to have a website.You may have signed up late at night on one of the countless web hosting plans that are on the web and for only $7.95 you were up and running. Or maybe you went all out and hired a web designer spending a thousand dollars or more having them build your site and shopping cart.
You dreamed of that customer hundreds of miles away logging into the Internet, searching on Google or Yahoo and easily finding your offering. You thought of how many more clients you would have and you thought to yourself, "if I could just get one extra client per month from my site, then I would make $XX, XXX.XX more money." So you built your site and waited and waited.
But no one showed up. You havenít even gotten one single customer from your efforts and expense. You failed on the web. You joined the ranks of millions of others that have gone before and will go after you. Your website failed.
You are not alone. Out of the almost 56 million websites on the web, fewer than 500,000 of them have any real traffic to speak of. Let me say that another way. There are over 55 Ĺ million websites on the Internet that are complete failures because they have no real traffic. (People coming to the site). So if you have been one of those 55 Ĺ million, donít worry, it happens to all of us.
More Online Business Help Articles
More By Jase Dow