If you want to increase the “stickiness” of your website (keep people there longer) ensure that your “links” or “Resources” page changes frequently and is seen as a compelling page to visit. Think about what people who are looking for your product or service might be searching on to determine which links you should add.
The links will change by industry, but here are a few I have come across recently that I think deserve a look:
Universal Packing list for travel – Generate a custom packing list for any journey!
Happy Median – Meet halfway between you and your friends. Save time and distance.
Fall Foliage – Check out how each state handles Fall Foliage mapping. My preference is New Hampshire
How the World Really Shapes Up – What the world would look like if we viewed it not by the size of each country’s land mass but by the size of each country’s alcohol consumption, wealth, HIV prevalence, etc.
Food Timeline – provides hyperlinks to each food, providing further information about its history and what people ate over the ages.
Color & Design – A website with everything there is to know about colors.
The People History – Find the History of the Cost Of Living, Prices, Events, Popular Social Culture, Inventions and Technology. Search by year or decade. Add your own historical memories. 1920-2006.
I hope you get the idea. There are great resources on the internet that people would never find by themselves. Add links related to to your industry to increase traffic, improve your search engine rankings and increase “stickiness”.
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