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Website Traffic: 5 Ways To Guarantee Your Site Is Ready
By: Bonnie Gean
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    This not only makes your mailing list enticing for newcomers, it also allows you to connect with them after they’re gone.

    3. Include an easy-to-use navigational system.

    The truth is, your visitors are going to be pressed for time. This is the way of the world-wide-web and the more you can do to make using your site - EASIER - the better!

    A navigational system using understandable links or buttons that lead deeper into your site, as well as making sense to the end-user, is nothing short of surfing bliss!

    If all else fails, use a site map page.

    4. Build one section at a time.

    If you anticipate creating a larger site, rather than using “under construction pages” that cut off the natural flow for visitors, consider building it one section at a time.

    If you want to create a home and garden site, decide what to put in front of the public first; the home section or the garden area. Then proceed to build it.

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