Some of the best and most valuable content on this site has been posted by you, the SPI reader, in the comment sections of my posts. And although I always aim to provide the best content that I can myself, I know you’ll always come back with more, and that impresses the heck out of me.
Today, I have a quick but very important question for you, which I know will help everyone who sees this in the future who is looking to improve their online properties.
I’ve asked similar questions to my Facebook Page in the past, and I always get a few responses like:
“This stuff is Gold. Big companies would pay big money for information like this!”
So, let’s all help each other out, and try to make the web a better place by answering the following question:
What makes you leave a website?
In other words…at what point do you say “I’m done with this” and click on the back button? Is there something on a site in particular that triggers the idea of moving on? How much time do you give a site before you take off?
Think of this as leaving when you know the website you’re viewing isn’t ready for you to leave (like after you’ve made a purchase, or you’ve found the information you were looking for).
I look forward to reading and learning from your comments.
Cheers, and for those of you in the US – have a happy and safe Memorial Day weekend!