How to make a local station do its best to beat an opponent

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many people now can see some classified information network to do the national or trans regional large amount of information and views is far lower, analyze, why? Because the problem consciousness Chinese users of Internet users of traditional and regional users, everyone will like their local information station, because of this they will feel closer to the information from their own, more credible! From a webmaster, the development of a nationwide local station often responsible for their own place than their information station, easy maintenance, easy to development! Therefore, more webmaster more and local information station, in order to form a classification of information compared with the nationwide against group

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has a lot of people say that he is now doing information can also catch the station has had several years of information station? I can give you the answer: as long as your strategy right, will go to the place of information! For example, Zhaoqing harbor like http://s. www.zq369.net/, this is a I have a local history of more than a year of development of the site, because the management team is so personal, maintenance and promotion are rarely done!! the interface is not very good! But this time Zhaoqing few decent Zhaoqing information port, so as to give the user to provide a release of information and find the information platform however, time! In advance, it is development! To the subsequent emergence of various sizes of information station, resulting in the competition! If you can stay in Zhaoqing City Station boss said many advertisements: Model can be replicated, but culture can not be copied! Many people do not know the development of key local stations, is actually the local users, to seize the user’s personality and traditional ideas, combined with actual offline promotion, this is an information station development law of the same! Well, say how to beat with the local rival information station strategy! Say you should be prepared.

first, there is a certain amount of money, according to local terms, the general range of about 500 on it,

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second, have some connections, do not need any government officials or big boss, as long as the count of friends willing to help on it, the number of 5-8 people.

third, a certain amount of time, the most basic 5 hours a day is engaged in the site,

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, ready, move on,

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first, do market research, survey the local computer users, but now most families have a computer! Is to register local fire fire forum, or join the group, can be a basic survey of mildly oral English, depending on the number of inquiries where I surveyed 500 people in 5 days. Be sure to investigate the local people, that is, local people,

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did a survey, analyzed his opponent, analyzed the most attractive places of the other party and existed in the traditional loopholes, combined with the previous investigation to analyze the opponent’s website

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