Dennis White- Teaches How You
Can Get Website Visitors To Stay
Once they land on your site how long do your website
visitors stay there? Here are eight things you can do to
increase the amount of time people spend on your site.
Getting visitors to your website is only half of the battle.
The other half is getting them to stay long enough to
complete a positive action. The more positive responses
you get from your website visitors the better your
Internet business will do.
Do you use any type of site statistic tracking on your
site? Google Analytics is very good and can tell you how
long a website visitor is staying on your site.
Let's talk about what a positive response is before we
get to ways to increase how long visitors stay there.
Since we know that everyone who comes to your
website is going to leave you want to get them to do
something positive before they do.
Examples of a positive response would be subscribing
to your newsletter, clicking on a pay per click ad, filling
out a lead form, bookmarking your site, subscribing to
your RSS feed if you have a blog, going to another page
on your site, buying something, contacting you by email
for more information, and so on.
These are all things that someone could do while they're
on your site that would be considered a positive
response. This also increases the amount of time that
they spend on your site.
Okay back to the 8 ways to increase how long they stay.
1.Offer only fresh content. If your content is unique
and interesting a person will spend more time
reading it. Using private label right content is
generally not the best way to do this because your
visitors may already be familiar with it having seen it
on someone else's site.
2.Make your site interesting by adding video, audio,
graphics, and so on to liven it up a little bit.
Understanding how social media works is a very
good way to come up with ideas to make your site
3. Remind your visitors they can print out content on
your website. While it's printing it gives them an
opportunity to look at other things on your site.