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Hi Everyone,

I've created a website, but I'm getting hardly any traffic to it. I'm looking for something free, since this website is just a hobby, and not a business thing. I've looked around the net for tips, but the main things I could find are using your website in forum and email signatures etc. but thats not really working for me. I've also heard about blogging to help creating interest, but I don't really see how I could incorporate that, considering the nature of my site.
I was wondering if any one could help promote my site, or give any new effective tips that may work.

I was wondering if you guys could critique my site. Any feedback is appreciated.

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Just took a quick glance at the home page, Quite impressive, I like the idea of swapping tunes for iTune libraries,I'm looking for a few Barry Manilow albums for my collection.
I'll have a more in-depth look at your site,but it looks like it will be a winner for us switchers, Thanks for your efforts. Van
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Looks pretty well done. But was that made with What You See Is What You Get software? It looks like there are a ton of style sheets, and you should be able to do it with just one.

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yeah, its made with rapidweaver
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Looks good, but frankly, I would recommend learning HTML code.

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I've actually wanted to that for a while now. Know any places to start me off? The whole prospect of making a website looks daunting, especially with the whole CSS and everything.
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Here is a good starter:-

HTML Code Tutorial - Free Reference Guide for Help with HTML Tags Including Form, Frames, Tables, and more!
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