You do everything possible to get people to visit your site. You consult with top advertising agencies you conduct a free-media campaign you buy airtime on TV and radio, and purchase banner space on top Internet sites. You even pass fliers out at the local mall parking lot, just for the fun of it.
And guess what - it works.
But how do you get your visitors to remember your site once they leave? It's an important question, because etching your website into your customers' minds is central to fostering brand name awareness. Failure to do so risks losing all that traffic you managed to drive to your site to begin with.
So then, let's look at ways to make your website more memorable. MEMORY FOR WHAT?
First, understand that consumers can remember (or fail to remember) many things about your web site. Understanding what you want consumers to remember is important because only when you have nailed this down can you address issues of how you enhance memory.
Think about what you want consumers to remember. Is it your name or web address? What you do? How you are different from or better than other sites or companies? Do you want consumers to remember specific claims, logos of your product, what your product looks or sounds like? Perhaps you want them to remember that some respectable opinion leader endorses your product?