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Old January 25th 04, 06:40 AM
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I was searching around the net and found a new Jack Russell Website. It
doesn't look like it is complete yet but does have a bulletin board that you
can use now. It says that it will be up in February. If you wanna check it
out it is www.jrtlife.com


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Old January 25th 04, 06:50 PM
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On Sun, 25 Jan 2004 05:40:47 GMT JRT whittled these words:
I was searching around the net and found a new Jack Russell Website. It
doesn't look like it is complete yet but does have a bulletin board that you
can use now. It says that it will be up in February. If you wanna check it
out it is www.jrtlife.com



Well, Jason, I'm not sure why you want to misrepresent how you know about
the website but it was a lousy idea. It shows you to be dishonest. It
shows how little respect you have for the intelligence of the people you
wish to visit your site. If you can't even honestly promote the site then
why should anyone believe your claims about supporting JRT rescue?

Your site is not properly designed for full access for people with
disabilities. The changes you need to make to accomplish this are easy
and elementary to good web writing and design. This collection of links
should help you
htp://www.dragonshire.net/full_access.html

It is not good strategy to promote a site before it is ready. While every
good site is under constant development site promotion should follow after
the site is to the oint where its author says "Yes, this is the face I
want to present. This is how I want people to think about my site."
Early site promotion tends to reduce rather than increase web traffic
because most people won't be intrigued, they will be disappointed. Try
catching those exact same people when you have some substantial content to
get them interested and involved. If you want return traffic you will
need to give them a reason to bookmark your site and that means that
there is something in it for them. It won't, BTW, be anything like
breeder listings that cause people to bokmark. It will be articles and
information they can use now.

What will be your standards for accepting money from breeders? If you are
truly supporting JRT rescue hopefully you won't be supporting the kinds of
breeders who let their dogs end up in shelters and rescue.


Diane Blackman
http://www.dog-play.com/ethics.html
 




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