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Your Best Advice for Web Page Ideas!!

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Daventray

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I am a SS and I have a personal web page.

What is the best advice or suggestion you could give to liven up new web pages? Different Ideas on how to use the Calendar, News and Front page for booking & recruiting leads.

Also, what kind of contests, giveways or games have you tried with your web page?

What new ideas has been talked about in your cluster?
 

mrssyvo

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Sep 23, 2005
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Something I am starting this year with my web-site is the Hostess of the prior month- I will be spotlighting the top show of the month before, and what she got free. I am also going to have a recipe of the month.
 

adventurechef

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Sep 5, 2005
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When I started my website I was in the same dilemma - how to make my site a little different from all the others. I researched over 50 websites to get tips and suggestions.

I put together an info sheet that I thought would help some of the others in my cluster that were not computer literate yet. I'll attach it and hope that you find some useful information.

Thanks, Linda
 

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KathyG

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Feb 19, 2005
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Website and recipe

I first want to say that I am impressed that you set up a website as a SS! That is fantastic and you will not regret it. I wanted to share what I do for recipe's on my website, some consultants may not agree with doing this but it is easy and less stress for me! I use the same recipe that the company has on their website. I just copy and paste the recipe onto my news section. It is so easy and I do not have to search every month for next months! Besides, not very many people will go to the companies website if they are visiting mine!
 
Jan 6, 2006
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Some great ideas out there!

I just started a newsletter this year to all of my past hosts/customers. I try to get people to go to my website on a regular basis by mentioning in my newsletters a monthly 'contest' (like a short word scramble or a couple trivia questions about PC products that might just increase interest). Out of everyone who emails me an entry, I'll draw a name and they'll get a small prize (Season's Best or a small tool, probably). It's a minimal cost to me, and hopefully it will get people to look back at my website once a month or so. I can't tell you much about results yet, though. I also like to put my available show dates in 'my calendar,' which I know at least one past host has looked at when considering another future show.

Anyway, hope that gives you some good ideas. Good luck in your first 3 months. Earn it all! :)
 
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