Details determine the success or failure of the site

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if you have time to read it, you may wish to look at the "detail decides success or failure" this book, although the book does not refer to us these small network rookie or webmaster, but in the book a lot of knowledge or experience of the author as a marketing staff to share that we can learn from. But here I want to declare that, without the benefit of any book or contact me with the author of the book, this is not soft for someone or something to flatter, but the website construction and development and the creation of the brand or website details plays a very important role.

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many webmaster early station most of the behavior will take into account like Baidu. Google search support, so can be found in some forums, there are many webmaster like prayer voice search spiders visit, because there is a search support, the initial construction will site has faster development and progress however, there is no consideration of the establishment of the station, from the beginning of the details of the issue have been followed! Is the user of the site after pasting for hidden trouble without considering the details, talk about the specific details of the following construction can not be ignored in the website.

The details of the

1. site can help the site to accumulate user

most of the owners are not a genius, then we will follow the Ma, I am an ordinary person, so that our website construction is not a night you can dream, want to dream of a night, only to dream can quickly realize the safety, not a joke say. So we are in the early stages of the site should rely on search on their own to promote our website, to let others see your site a is not the purpose, he only on your site has value must have once again landed idea is what we pursue, so careful webmaster, should not use or buy a beautiful the template will go to the website to promote the early site details should be strengthened and the content of website content value can be practical, that is to say, come to your website you should give me something of value, not only to grasp something flashy without substance! In the content of your site will be search and word of mouth the support in the early site

details!The details of

2. site operations should be user experience

if your site has now embarked on the road of development, then you should do is to transform your website for users to fixed users, just one hundred percent to retain the mathematical calculation in the book we can see, but we should try to keep our users, good content is to well, the effect is on the one hand, if you come to a site, suddenly a pop out, then the site is dazzling flashing your local woman wearing little clothing advertising, a click on a title is an advertising connection, then your users like to go to the bar by a disposable cup. You know much! Imagine they will come second or recommend to other friends? "So that the details in the operation of the site

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