Whether it’s the first time your visitors visiting your website or your regular visitor. Make them visit your site often. Here are some of the ways you can make your visitors visit again.
Update your site on a regular basis.
Give latest information. People who read your content don’t want to read the same information again and again. Give something interesting for the visitors. It may be useful information, resources, news, latest products, and tutorials or do – it – yourself. Not only visitors will like to visit your site again, but also search engines like to revisit your site if you update it on a regular basis. Visitors come to the web to get information
Give more information. Keep it clear and relevant. Give a discount, coupons, gift certificates or special promotional package; this will make them visit your site often. The gifts, coupons don’t have to be expensive, but small gifts mean a lot. Write an article about how to? Useful tips, tricks etc. Another way to attract visitors. If you are an expertise in a particular field, write an article about it. Give something on special occasions. It might be a holiday season or a special event or a Father’s day or mother’s day. There are always holidays, give something special or a discount. Have the theme in mind and come up with some offers, so the next time during these occasions, visitors who visited your site will come back to see if you are offering anything special. Give more information about your company. Help them build a trust. Visitors should trust you to buy something from your site. How to create the trust? Have testimonials, references from trusted companies, people. Have pictures of real people, yourself, your employees and the environment. Give special offers for references and referral marketing.
There are lots of other ways to improve the number of visits. Think about the ways how you can give more to the visitors. http://www.foxadv.blogspot.com/
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