Three Critical Design Techniques To Design A Money-Making Blog
When people go to visit your site, they will already have some ideas about its content based on information provided by the referring source. For
example, search engine results may provide a clip of text from your site that includes relevant keywords. In many cases, if the promised information is
not delivered within the first page, you can rest assured that potential buyers will simply look for another website. Therefore, the way you structure your
blog is extremely important.
1) Headers and Banners
Today, many webmasters create niche specific different domains in order to keep the content as relevant as possible. This includes rotating banners,
or special content headers at the top and bottom of the blog. Surprisingly enough, this does not advance search engine ranking, let alone assure that
customers are going to buy from your site.
When it comes to banners, you need to stop and ask yourself three very important questions:
1. When searching for specific information, do you even bother to look at banners, or do you quickly scroll down to find the content?
2. Have you ever clicked away from a page because it took too long for the banners or headers to load?
3. Do you often associate banners at the top of a page with "free" webhosting sites, and therefore, form a mental impression that the site may not be
If you answered "yes" to any one of these questions, chances are the majority of site visitors are also thinking the same way. No matter how you look
at it, the advice related to creating massive advertising campaigns based on headers is useless, and downright harmful. As a general rule of thumb,
you will always be better served by using these areas of your website for sensible sales pitches that can set the tone and the mood of the potential
2) Page Loading Speed
There is no question that DSL, satellite, and cable modems are a vast improvement over dial up. On the other hand, many of these services also limit