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researchSuperior research matters for a number of reasons.  As we all know, keyword stuffing to rank on page one of Google and other search engines has had its run. Search engines don’t like that and it’s challenging to get listed on the main pages of search engines.  It takes a little more effort nowadays to make money from a product, service or website – but, it’s more than worth it.

A great way to develop a reputation as the authority in any niche or market is to produce massive amounts of actionable and excellent information which is both easy to digest and pertinent to your market.

Think about it this way ==>  What’s your own experience when searching for answers via the search engines?

Isn’t it frustrating when you land on a website or click on an advertisement, follow a Facebook post or Twitter tweet, only to find yourself on a website with very little and/or poor information? Even if that particular website owner in the future became the premier expert in his or her field, you would still never go back! [click to continue…]

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One of the reasons you have a website is to communicate with your followers and customers. Most of the time the direction of communication will be from you to them. In fact, most aspects of web design are focused on communications flowing outward from the website owner to the website visitor.

It’s often better to try to visualize your website as a two-way communication channel. You certainly need to publicize your products and services, and to give customers and prospective customers information that they’re looking for. But you’d probably also like to know certain things from and about them. For example, if they’re looking for something specific on your website but can’t find it, wouldn’t you want to know?

The most common way of facilitating this communication back to the website owner is through the use of an HTML form. You’ve probably seen this as a “contact us” form that appears on many websites – there’s a good chance you have one of these forms on your website already. Sometimes not enough attention is paid to forms, so they can actually be detrimental to the relationship you’re trying to build with your customers.

Don’t Request the Same Information Multiple Times [click to continue…]

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