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Website Traffic: 5 Ways To Guarantee Your Site Is Ready
By: Bonnie Gean
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    The great thing about structuring web pages in this fashion is how nicely your website will flow, while the rest of the site is being designed offline.

    5. Think community!

    People like to feel as if theyíre a part of something special. Your job, as a site owner, is to make this a reality for every person who visits your web pages.

    * Be yourself and let your personality shine through.
    * Offer more than a quick one-liner in your outgoing emails.
    * Think relationships first - sales second.
    * ASK visitors what their pressing problems are and help solve them.
    * Provide adequate community tools and add to them, frequently.
    * Provide tons of free information to help educate your users.

    Every person, who is a part of a target market, shares common traits with others in that community. Thatís a fact! I suggest you build your website around these shared attributes. You simply canít go wrong with this mindset.

    Before you tackle the job of website promotion, make sure your website meets all the criteria listed above to guarantee it is ready for the traffic surge it is about to receive.

    Now... go forth and promote for prosperity!


    About The Author

    Bonnie Gean, a seasoned marketer and writer, teaches you how to drive thousands of visitors to your website using the power of Craigslist. For more information, visit http://www.bonniegean.com/p.php/craigslist

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