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Adsense online, or in the CMS forum, people often discuss what to do in the station now? Late? Have the same station, how to do? In my opinion, the website if not bigger, try to do

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in Baidu search in 2009 what kind of website, find a analysis of the article, eight answers are: 1, 2, vertical portal; vertical search; 3, vertical navigation; 4, local portal; 5, real name community; 6, tools applied; 7, 8, and other characteristics of online shopping mall; site. Analysis of the eight answers given in addition to this, special website does not say (who knows to be successful, the remaining seven distinctive) is a different type, but are now reflected in the direction of the site, which is not perfection, but for professionals.

network development for so many years, numerous domestic grassroots webmaster, all can think of the site there are people who do, although you can see what the fire, Tencent, is engaged in what, but you have to have the strength for the job, do you have? I think, the way out is the grassroots webmaster do website, can’t do better than others, do professional than others. Don’t think about how many netizens in China, you can satisfy every one of them, and there are countless websites in China. Let the majority of Internet users forget that a small number of Internet users in a single industry will be enough for you to live.

my personal experience: in 08 years, I built a television station, from movies to television drama, from animation to variety, what are pure manual update, very hard, but the flow is small, of course with the relevant promotion. Later because of too lazy, a lot of very low click on the show, I do not want to update, update that is a waste of expression, no one, slowly gave up the animation, then give up variety, even to the last film to give up, because I finally found the direction of the site, that is to abandon other types in the TV series.

website starts later than person, content is less than person, Baidu does not sell account, promotion is not good, the strength of the website is destined to do not have a family strong, this is current situation. However, I do ZhengZhan but you, I do not a single, keep all watching videos on the Internet people, I just keep watching TV on the line, because if the content of your site, and not as good as others, users will not miss, but if you can keep the contents, specific the crowd, it’s like, if you go to the hospital to see the teeth, general hospital and professional dental hospital, which would you choose?

put down the specific degree we look at the contents of the station, the station will be able to study peer, welcome Paizhuan, http://s.baifans.com. Intentional webmaster can experience, of course this is life in the gap, hiding from others to do, if you are strong enough, you can also be large and the head, seize every user.

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