Your Website: Let Your Customers Know There's Somebody Home

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46th day of the epic 100 posts in 100 days challenge

A web developer's daily thoughts and actions

Businesses think they must have a website for their business. They get it built then they just leave it to stagnate

Websites need attention, they need signs of life.

If you were going out for a meal to a resteraunt and you had a choice of two, one looked neglected and had only one or two cutomers, and the other was full of activity and looked alive, which would you choose?

You need to make your website look alive, and blogging regularly can help you do that.

Show your users that there's somebody home.

Do the work.

OK.

9 hours 54 minutes Security measures
1 hour 37 minutes Blogging and social media

Total: 10 hours 32 minutes

Tedious.

Exercise: Nada.

Tomorrow: A day off, on my bike, if it's sunny.

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Mike Nuttall

Author: Mike Nuttall

Mike has been web designing, programming and building web applications in Leeds for many years. He founded Onsitenow in 2009 and has been helping clients turn business ideas into on-line reality ever since. Mike can be followed on Twitter and has a profile on Google+.

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