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Positive Action Per Visitor

September 17th, 2010

First of all, I would like to say that you should value the traffic you already receive. Let’s say that you have 30 visitors per day. Some bloggers might say that it is not a lot, but you don’t have to think this way. There are some businesses which do not have that many visitors in their store. So, if you want to compare to them, it isn’t bad at all. On the other hand, what I suggest is to focus on getting a positive action per visitor. What I mean is that whenever a visitor enters your website, you should have some expectations what you want them to do. Do you want them to read your best posts? If so, then list links to your best posts on the sidebar. What if you want them to click on your ads? If this is what you want to achieve, then implement them in a visible area of your site, and make sure that they are related to the topic of your website. Overall, it is important that you guide your visitors in the right direction in order to maximize your positive action per visitor ratio. This way even if you don’t have that many visitors to your site, you might still be successful.

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