I'm looking to start some niche websites but not sure how to write the first page. Should I welcome people or just jump straight to the topic. I doesn't seem like many websites welcome people anymore since it becomes non sense reading for the customer. I'm just a little foggy on how to start. Any answer would help.
Jump right in. Hubs are not meetings or public lectures. People are looking for information and will not hesitate to "click" out of your site to find what they are looking for. Keeping attention is KEY to internet credibility. Write a short intro and then dive right in.
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