Some People having website or blog forgets an important piece of gear: the visitor. The concern with social networks, link building and optimization for Google and search engines is such that the quality of written text is left out. And this do not stop there! Many other things that Webmasters puts to end up leaving you there to angry and wanting to never return.
Well, let’s list five things that users find to hate a site.
Windows style pop-up domination
Many Webmaster boast of having increased its subscribers feed, Or the followers of Twitter using the plugin pop up domination, That is a giant window that makes the screen black and does not allow click anything. Yes, subscribers increase because you shoved down throats. But if it keeps popping up, visitors start getting bored and leave your blog without any desire to return.
Sites that open many pages at a time
It seems fun, but there are still Webmaster who throws many pages in the face of the user, whether they are sites that have paid to appear, or sites “Broders”. While you are there doing this type of invasive advertising, your visitor is probably cursing your site and never come back.
Sites with radio online
It’s not a joke. There are Webmaster who insist entrance songs on the site. Hello, friend webmaster! We’re not 99! Music at the site entrance is the image of amateurism, and irritate the user who may already be listening to music on the PC (besides the loss of time to find out where the button-down that damn music).
>Sites with millions of ads
Ok, if your site depend on the user would have no advertisements. But we know that without them it’s impossible to keep the site up. The problem is that most Webmaster exaggerates, polluting the site with too many advertisements, becoming tiresome reading. Always try to balance and remember: less is sometimes more. Few advertisements can generate more return to a site.
Sites that force us to register to access email
Many sites only allow access to content if you sign up, losing at least 5 minutes. Most users will not return to those sites. So you end up removing the user instead of creating a good foundation.
If you want to keep the user on your site, avoid making such mistakes. After all, is the user who makes a site success and i am sure you do not want your visitors to flee, isn’t it?