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Author: Lisa Janice - ArticleCity.com


Want to make your website or blog fun to view? Some of the best ways to bring traffic to your web site are downright fun - both for you and for your customers. Contests, fun galleries, cartoons, daily jokes and quotes bring surfers back to your site and encourage them to refer your web site to others that they know. And here's a handful of fun, sticky additions to make your website or blog fun to view.

E-cards Greetings are a great way to bring fun to your website. Offering a selection of funny e-cards for free on your web site increases your website or blog traffic in two ways. First, a good selection of e-cards - particularly those that fit a 'niche' - will bring people back every time they want to send a card. Second, the recipient will have to visit your web site to pick up their e-greeting, which gives you a chance to solicit their business as well.

To really get feel the full fun of the web site, create (or have someone create) some fun flash photo galleries on your website. There are many flash photo gallery products in the market. Personally, I've worked with Wondershare Flash Slideshow Builder (http://www.photo-to-dvd.com/flash-slide-show.html) and Flash Album Studio for a long time and I can say that they are among the most user friendly products around. Quickly and easily add the animated Story Album to your website or blog just by copying and pasting a little code that they generate for you. You'll love the different themes for displaying your albums with style!

Other ideas for making website fun with a daily joke, cartoon, saying or tip - and share it via RSS feed. People love things that make them laugh, inspire them or make them think. Offer a daily inspirational quote, a helpful tip or a daily cartoon on your web site - and set it up for distribution via an RSS feed so that others will link to it as well.

As you can see, there are many fun-filled projects you can create for your website or blog. Take note of some of these ideas the next time you're cracking your brains and thinking about how to bring more fun to your website.

About the author: Lisa Janice, teaches, trains and consults on business and professional presentations and eCommerce related matters.


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