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Dynamike
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1. Check the grade of your website with websitegrader.

2. Add your url in the description box of your videos with Youtube.

3. Submit your website to Google, Yahoo, Bing and Ask because they are the largest search engines.
NexusMagicShop
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One thing I would like to add which during my scan of this particular forum is too pay attention to the future of technology. I recently made my site Apple Friendly, more and more people are using there I-phones and I-pads to view, search, book and buy anything and everything.

I stay away from Flash everything simply because a well designed small gif can still get a message across, and Apple doesn't support flash. Which is huge since many people are moving away from the PC. If you are all Flash you could potentially be losing a lot of possible Biz! Gifs are heavier, but if you keep it small it can still be an effective form of clickable Marketing.

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Apple will eventually be in every ones home IMO. This Apple however, will not be in mine: http://gossiponthis.com/2010/10/16/8-mil......ne-sold/
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Dennis Michael
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This is some of the best advice I've seen in a long time. Lets see if I got it correct:

  • Most importantly "Think Mobile" its the new wave of web page seeking, iPhones, & iPads
  • Avoid Flash Not good for content seeking Google Search Engine or Mobile devices.
  • Intro pages are a waste of prospect/readers and search engines, (avoid)
  • Use the Recognizable cursor graphic
  • Make it easy as possible and hassle free to find your page
  • Page should look good/cool, loads fast (Small Graphics) and "rich" in needed content


Very powerful advice, especially the insight on mobile users.
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MikeClay
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A few more elements..

- a CLEAR call to action per page
this could be to fill out a form to join the mailing list
to call for a quote
or anything you WANT the potential client to do

- On the same thought as Mobile Friendly...
HTML 5 for video and such
I am now starting to use http://zencoder.com/ to convert video and get them
ready for mobile
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