MrSavage - 6:54 pm on Jul 5, 2011 (gmt 0)
Do you know of tracking software that tells you numbers of visitors that are return visitors? It's very well possible that the number I have are a majority of that. If you have a news site, yes, people come every day. I'm not in the news business. What percentage of websites rely on daily return traffic? A forum that writes it's own content? Any site such as mine that is product specific or product related isn't built upon return visitors. Not unless you sell something that people need many times in a year. People use the information to make an informed decision. In my field it's a waste of my time to be targeting or redoing the website in an effort to somehow attain big numbers of return visitors. Possible? Sure. Worth my time? No. I'll find something else to spend my time on in all honesty. If you're not in the news business or forum business, you're truly grasping at straws thinking that changing strategy for return visitors will amount to much. I have no regrets about doing what I did with the site because I know it's fantastic and many people have told me so. That's all the proof I need.