Head Of E-Commerce at JWI Ltd
19 March 2007 22:37pm
I totally agree with Anthony. You are talking about potentially losing a very minor amount of traffic. Generally people who are finding sites online will use a search engine. If users are physically typing your url into the address bar, then, providing you brand the site correctly and copy the corporate identity across all of your offline marketing/advertising, you should not loose traffic. People who find you once will return and will not be deterred by some spammy site trying to steel your traffic.
19 March 2007 22:39pm
The above was in reply to silver-surfer
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