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Let Your Visitors Write the Content
By: KC Morgan
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  • Let Your Visitors Write the Content
  • Point and Click
  • Get Them Involved
  • Get Them Excited

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    Let Your Visitors Write the Content - Point and Click

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    Ten years ago, the Internet was still a little like foreign territory. The language was new and sometimes confusing, the features hard to master and the concept still quite fresh.

    Now, the Internet is a well-oiled machine where every single Web site is locked in deadly competition. Using the same features and ideas, they all strive toward the same goal: grabbing visitors and getting them to visit their Web pages. It’s what you want, too - that’s why you’ve got content in the first place.

    But the Internet of today’s highly modern world is about a lot more than pointing and clicking your way through Web pages. Sites today offer user polls, streaming video, audio clips, online quizzes, discussion boards, forums, comments sections and a whole lot more to get their traffic excited.

    All of it begs visitors to contribute, to interact and get involved both with the site and with each other. And all of it can be used to help you, as a webmaster. Interaction is popular online, and you should definitely learn how to use it to your advantage. When you let your visitors write the content, both parties can benefit from the arrangement.

    Let’s Interact with the Internet

    Have you taken a good look at the comments section of your online content lately? Sometimes, user comments themselves can create a lot more content than the actual piece that’s got the visitors responding. Look through your forums, discussion board and other interaction-friendly areas of the sites.

    Your users want to contribute to your pages. Why not make it even easier, and more rewarding, for them to do so? Interaction is already popular in the online world…so why not take it one step further? Offering interaction is the first step in getting your visitors to write your content. The next step is all about getting them involved - and in a way, getting them to work for you.

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