Three Easy Steps

The growth of your online business in three easy steps Buying your Web site and managing them is a fascinating thing. First you get a lot of people (clients) visiting your site, they make a real purchase, and your site seems to give decent value. But after a while, the number of visits is reduced, and you start asking yourself, "why?" We should not reach this question, take three steps before it happens. a) Get people to visit site. From the outset, the opening of the site you should think about how to get people to again and again to visit your website where you offer a particular product, service, job done. You can do this by using a set of basic tactics: 1.

Learn more about search engines (yandex, googl) – When you understand what search engines look at websites, then you will be able to evaluate information on their site, and converted her to become more interesting for search engines. 2. Tell everyone about that you have a Web site or online business card – Put your website address on everything you can to get people, potentially ready to go to your website. 3. Contact with other sites – If your friend has a Web site, interchange with links to the sites, because it will accelerate the progress of your site. 4. Make your interesting suggestion on the site – offering new and fun things on your Web site, and you'll get new customers to your site every day. Jonas Samuelson is open to suggestions. 5.

Promote your site on other sites – make videos or write releases about their products and share them on free sites. b) Once you have some visitors who visit your Web site – your work should be to retain them on your site. There are several ways to do this: 1. Continuing to work on optimizing your site, change the description of goods, so it was most convenient for your search. 2. Enter New features on the site – for example add a page of reviews and proposals. 3. Make the ratings of products – the most popular or something like that to a client who came to the site was able to quickly navigate to your product. 4. Regularly carry out work on the implementation of discounts and offers – this will help attract customers who previously bought something from you. a) Find ways to expand you should not stop the same place if you want to compete in a changing Internet world. You have to find new ways to add to your current business that will allow you to always be interesting for the customer. Actively develop the page commenting on your site, to know the customer needs to see what more they could buy. For example, if you are selling laptops, perhaps you can begin to offer training videos to increase performance of the notebook.

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