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Add Games to Your Site
By: KC Morgan
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    Forums. Discussion groups. Comments. Streaming video. Chat rooms. A search bar. When it comes to adding interactive features to your Web site, the list seems to go on and on, and there always seems to be more work waiting for you. After all, itís a new age for the Internet, and today, being online means being active. But arenít you still missing something in that huge list of on-site amenities? Shouldnít you give your users a little bit of fun, too? When you want to add yet one more element to your pages, can you add games to your site?

    Unless youíre secretly a software developer, you probably donít know how to write out complicated code and develop even a single a playable game for your users to enjoy. If youíre like most people, you actually have to find the games from somewhere else and then put them on your site. But is it really so simple to add games to your site? They are out there, so why canít you use them?

    Why Games?

    Youíve worked long and hard to make your site interactive, so why go to the trouble of including even one more new feature? Gaming sites may be popular, but youíve got a lot of great content to offer; shouldnít you simply rely on that? If youíre already getting traffic, adding games may seem unnecessary.

    The Internet can be a wonderful place of study, a great source for learning. The Web is rich in resources, but itís also rich in diversions. Many people surf the ĎNet to find distraction, to find fun, to find something to pass the time. You may be getting good traffic with your content, but couldnít you always stand to have more? By offering the fun diversions along with the serious stuff on your site, youíre giving your users the total package. Now they surf your pages to find great content, and spend some time unwinding with a few of your free, playable games, too.

    Games are just one more feature you can add to your site that will keep people on your pages - and as a Webmaster, thatís exactly what you want and need from your traffic.

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