Ways to get and keep site visitors.
For Web authors, attracting visitors and keeping them at your site can be a headache. They want simplicity, and constantly updated information, and they want it now. Thanks to some new tools, authoring is still a headache, but hey, at least it’s automated.
Well-designed menus can help keep a visitor’s momentum up as he or she navigates through your site. Java Drop Down Menu (JDDM) is a new applet from Tecnick that creates browser-independent horizontal and vertical menus with unlimited pop-up submenus. It’s easy to be fully creative designing the submenus, which can also overlap HTML page content or jump outside frames and browser windows. Available for $40, JDDM works on any Windows OS.
For only $19, Radiocom’s Web CEO Hit Counter 3.5 can increase site visitors and visibility. CEO gives detailed information about who’s visiting your site and what pages are most popular. If your “Contact Us” page tends to get overlooked, you’ll know right away. Based on the thorough analysis of your site’s traffic, it suggests the best search engine keywords and how to tailor your site to visitors’ demands. CEO is for Windows 98 and higher.