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Subject: [uk-netmarketing] RE: Flash and traffic
From: Lee Rickler
Date: Sat, 27 Jan 2001 00:36:55 -0000

there's always www.websitegarage.com for a quicky!


>>You can split your flash site up in to separate movies and drop each movie
>>into separate html pages. You loose some of the smooth transition between
>>pages that you get from flash but at least you can direct users to
>>individual urls and you stand a better chance of getting a good search
>>engine ranking. This is a bit of a compromise (form against function) but it
>>can be good for reducing the loading time of flash movies.
>oh gawd, just give it up if it's sticky repeat traffic you want (as
>opposed to one-age bells and whistles and games)
>anyone who's done proper usability testing on their products using
>the likes of http://www.usability.serco.com and
>http://www.flow-interactive.com will not even be having this
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