I am no Internet “Guru.” I do hope that ~ if I visit your website ~ I will find 1st what I am looking for, and 2nd a reason to return to your site at another time. e poe tegemine
While this may fly in the face of many who know much more about Internet marketing than I ever will, I hope to encourage those who maybe ~ have a small business or personal website that ~ feel like they have failed to reach the masses.
Please understand, this is my opinion only. Until and if I get some feedback to convince me otherwise, I will no doubt keep it 🙂
Anyway, I like websites that give me a reason to bookmark them. Like most surfers, I am looking for the perfect wave. Okay, even if I will never find it, I still want to catch a big one.
Maybe, I am also interested in making a little ~ OR A LOT OF MONEY ~ working on my home computer? If so, I have probably been disappointed several times already. I know that I told myself, ” I’ll never try anything like this again, ever! Several times…”
But ~ of course ~ I did. Until I finally found a couple of “Keepers,” I just thank heavens that I didn’t dirty up my website or tarnish my reputation by foisting “Losers” on other people. Of this, I am thankful, although I’ll admit I was tempted ~ before I determined that they didn’t deliver what I thought that they had promised. I feel, if we “Rip someone in cyberspace off,” we may never have a chance to pay him or her back.
As I was meditating how to wrap~up this brief article, I went outside onto the patio. An eager squirrel had found and fiendishly opened both ends of a five pound bag of wild bird feed. At first, I was disappointed. No, I was pissed! It was a mess! Then, a little sparrow came down ~ landing right at my feet ~ to consider wheather or not the treat was worth the trouble. If the reward was in perportion to the risk. She looked around for maybe a minute before deciding I was safe. She hopped in to begin ~ with but a small peck ~ to sample her discovery.
I realised that first time visitors to many websites must feel the same way. The sparrow didn’t attempt to consume all of the seed before departing. Yet, I know that she will return. I even believe that she will invite others to share in her good fortune.