How make

For scientific web page is more difficult because the topic often is not very popular. That I would like share some methods to popularize yours web page.
1.You need get interesting content, text – you may created yourself or ask experts, these take long time but this is very important and basic thinks you must to do.
2.Created web page which should be more friendly for users (clear, not to much grafic)
3.Search for partners and interchange links
4.Wait and put new content

Do you have other methods?

Best regards

My experience based on web page foundation NANONET:,,,

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thanks for your post - how find you our community webpage?

andras, the editor
I think the community of web page is very important because the people came back and the told friend. But I think content is very important. In portal we have courses nano-e-learnig NEL, which give famous in Poland.

That mind
5.Build community
6.Action – do something special

For exactly reply Andreas we have forum, sms, bulletin and other tools. - but in Polish language. but in Polish language.

Best regards
7. Open a thematic group for you webpage visitors on The International NanoScience Community and bring more and more visitors to your page!!!

Visit GROUPS in menu and CREATE A NEW GROUP....

with a name of " community"... and edit your nanogroup


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