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Building Community Websites = Success Online
By: Jase Dow
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    You can always add these to your website:

    Personal blog
    Helpful tips
    Mini-ebook courses (on how to be a better client for you)
    Other people's articles
    Chat forum (requires a lot of maintenance & promotion)
    Free business directory listings
    Family albums for users
    Fun online questionnaires
    Mind benders
    Contests (with actual prizes)
    "How to" articles
    Government resources
    Local community resources
    Support local companies & vice versa

    I think we can now get a sense of what building a "community" website means. The key is to take your industry (even if it is boring), and teach someone about what it is that you do. The internet allows us to take in more information than we could ever imagine. There is always someone out there who wants to learn about your industry.

    The key is to add on a little at a time. Talk to your web designer. Try and find unique little ways to build a community website online. Ask people what they look for within your industry. After time, you will know what it takes to keep creating more for your company online, and your wallet will love you for it.

    Just remember the more you build, the less your advertising budget will be when you get there. Just keep it up until you get there, don't give up on yourself, your company, or your future.

    I hope you've enjoyed this article!

    Best Regards,

    Martin Lemieux
    Smartads President

    Internet Marketing

    Canadian SEO
    Smart Ad


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