3 Tips To Keep Your Visitors at Your Web Site

You worked long and hard building your web site and attracting visitors, so don’t let them slip through your fingers! Here are three quick and easy tips to keep visitors at your site.

Here are three easy techniques to keep your visitors, once they have arrived, at your web pages.

1) Be sure to offer easy navigation
How long will you look for something that interests you on a web site that’s cluttered with irrelevant info? Not long? Well, you’re not the only one ๐Ÿ™‚

People will leave quicker if they have a hard time finding what they’re looking for, so don’t confuse or distract them or they will leave immediately.

Salvation from chaos on the Web is only one mouse click away. ๐Ÿ™‚

2) Use the outside command line
You can keep a visitor at your site by using the outside command line in your HTML-code.

Add target=”newpage” inside of the html section. Here’s an example of the code:

<A HREF=”http://www.smart-web-promotion.com” target=”newpage”>

3) Place a search engine on your site
Another way to keep people on your site, is to set up a search option. Your visitors will stay longer because it gives them the option of searching through your site using keywords.

It’s easy to set up, updates happen automatically, and when your visitors perform a search, they will not click away from your pages.

Happy promoting!

Dirk Dupon publishes the “SmartPromotion Newsletter”, offering Smart Tips, Tools, Tricks and Techniques for Web Site and E-zine Promotion. To subscribe, send an email to: smartpromotion-subscribe@topica.com,

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