Web marketing concepts: part 7

Wow, it’s been a while since I’ve update. Sorry but I’ve been busy with work and life. But enough of that, on to the tip!

7. Think stickiness not hits

It’s not about how many hits you get on your Web site, it’s about how long people stay. If visitors remain on your site long enough to get your marketing message, then you must have said something worth listening to; and if visitors get the message, your site has done its job.

If your Web site delivers the message, then you can expect the email inquiries and phone calls to start flowing, but it’s still up to you and your sales staff to close the sale: People close sales, not Web sites.

Courtesy of Jerry Bader


1 Response to “Web marketing concepts: part 7”

  1. 1 30-60-90-day plan February 1, 2013 at 1:12 pm

    Quality articles or reviews is the important to attract the users to visit
    the web page, that’s what this website is providing.

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