Is Your Website Content Worth Reading or Obvious Search Engine Bait? - For me it...
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For me it is unthinkable to base my entire business on temporary solutions for getting traffic and sales when, if you have seen what you can make in the short term,why not get set up to reap those rewards for life?
But that's just me. I profit greatly from people doing it the other way. Simply because when someone comes to my site and sees content of value, they feel as though they have found an oasis in a desert of trash. A place they will visit more than twice and gladly bookmark.
You can figure out the value of that kind of response for yourself, as it pertains to your business in particular.
Between the two choices, I'll take repeat and recommended traffic over fly-by-night, angry, resentful traffic any day of the week!
Jack Humphrey is the author of Power Linking 2 Evolution at http://power-linking-profits.com
and the CEO of Web Fox Media, LLC at http://webfoxmedia.com
Copyright 2005 Jack Humphrey
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