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100 HOT TIPS ( 1 to 5 )

 
 
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 12:14 am    Post subject: 100 HOT TIPS ( 1 to 5 ) Reply with quote

1. GET PEOPLE'S ATTENTION!
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Look here!
Hey!
Stop!
Pay close attention!
Now listen closely!
Listen closely:
Here's a secret:
I'm Angry!
Don't miss a word of this...
Listen to me,
Warning!
Top Secret Information:
Stop!
Here's my confession...
Listen!
Forget everything and listen,
Beware!
I have a problem...
I'm ready to EXPLODE!
Get over here and listen to this!
Pull up a chair and hear me out:
Turn off the phone and listen!

2. Work your niche.
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If you want to create a book-selling site, then focus on a specific market such as:
pets,
pottery,
origami,
whatever.
If you run a search engine, focus on a niche. Don't try to compete with Yahoo.
If you're selling ebooks - "niche it",
don't produce a book that is all things to all people.

3. Base your plan on reality.
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It may sound like a good idea to set up a Web site that is constantly updated and is always current. The big corporations can succeed at this because they have buildings full of site designers and programmers.
If you want a site that updates constantly, create it to work with an automated updating program (like news streaming) or with a support system such as adiscussion group
where hundreds of people can postcurrent content for you.

4. Offer minimum links on your main page.
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One of the primary goals of any business is to make sure you don't confuse your customers. By offering minimum links on your main page, you will limit the chances that your visitor will stray off else where and not get back to your main theme.
Minimise the links and keep your visitors as focused as possible. Specifically, never place a link on your home page that will take your visitor to another site. They only just arrived at yours, so don't go showing them the door just yet!


5. Put a "home" link on every page on your site.
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Don't assume your prospects will just hit the "back" button to go back to your main page.
Don't even assume that they'll remember where your main page is.
Place a "home" button on every page of your site and make it look different so it will always be noticed.

Until next five other tips, here's my hand for success,
Abdelhak Benrouhou
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 27, 2009 7:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey Abdelhak

Let me GET YOUR ATTENTION

Did you know that if you search for:

Quote:
Look here!
Hey!
Stop!
Pay close attention!
Now listen closely!
Listen closely:
Here's a secret:
I'm Angry!
Don't miss a word of this...
Listen to me,
Warning!
Top Secret Information:
Stop!
Here's my confession...
Listen!
Forget everything and listen,
Beware!
I have a problem...
I'm ready to EXPLODE!
Get over here and listen to this!
Pull up a chair and hear me out:
Turn off the phone and listen!


on Google, it returns 22,700 entries for this same tripe.

So, Stop! Pay Close Attention! Listen! Beware! I'm ready to EXPLODE!

Or perhaps I'll just ban you. You can take this as a warning
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 26, 2009 2:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good catch & use of his copied attention getting words/phrases.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 18, 2010 11:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good words or probably keywords but what was the source of those words for niche market. I have really liked them.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 18, 2010 3:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

6. DON'T COPY & PASTE!!
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 18, 2012 11:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Don't copy and paste seems to be the most relevant point here. Even though, Steve Pavlina seems to be master in this field I think there are still many nice sites offering similar tips. And these tips really work.
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