Website Owners are Wasting $65,000 on Really Dumb Ways of Creating and Promoting Websites

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http://www.LaunchWorkshop.com has compiled a free report that includes the "20 really dumb ways of creating or promoting a website" to help stop the crazy situation where some website owners are wasting $65,000 on really dumb ways of creating and promoting websites.

Once we've dealt with these scams we can start building a success stories based on proven launch strategies, promotion tools that can get results including you on page 1 of Google and my new development Power Blogging.

P4 Publishing through its new http://www.LaunchWorkshop.com service is carrying out a survey to find out the true cost of website failure and in a report of the 20 worst ways to create and promote a website is claiming that in some cases small companies could have wasted up to a staggering $65,000 (£34,000)!

"Looking at the reasons why websites fail head on is the first step on the path to success," says Tony Hetherington owner of http://www.launchworkshop.com. "Only when they are truly aware of the problem can I help them find a working solution and get things turned around."

http://www.LaunchWorkshop.com has compiled a free report that includes the "20 really dumb ways of creating or promoting a website", "7 really dumb ways to operate your website" and "Are you making these 6 FATAL website design mistakes?"

"I've tried to approach the topic in a humourous way but the time and money being wasted is no laughing matter," says Hetherington. "People are getting rich on the misfortune of others through scams that feed on the frustrated and it's time to fight back."

Through his work helping website owners and ebook authors get the most from their creation through strategy blueprints and new product launches, Hetherington has identified these worst ways of creating, promoting and operating websites and challenges website owners to face up to the problem and take the survey.

"It's staggering how many people have fallen for these schemes and scams or destroyed their websites through a lack of direction or planning. By putting the spotlight on the problem I hope everyone can laugh a little at themselves as they confess their website design and promotion sins and then put them behind them and move forward," explains Hetherington.

These website design and promotion sins include;

  •     Buying traffic
  •     So called "black hat" techniques
  •     Sold a scam site and other traffic scams
  •     Lack of plan, control and direction
  •     Overusing keywords
  •     Analysis paralysis

"Once we've dealt with these scams we can start building a success stories based on proven launch strategies, promotion tools that can get results including you on page 1 of Google and my new development Power Blogging."

Go to http://www.20dumbways.launchworkshop.com for your copy of the free report "The really DUMB guide to websites" and to take part in the survey.

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