I recently decided to do a quick test on Walmart.
The site is full of ads and other content that is meant to drive traffic to the site.
The problem is that it is hard to find a link to the content that will drive visitors to a specific page or product.
If I had a list of every link that was supposed to go to a particular page, it would take me months of research to find every one.
For example, if you wanted to get an answer to the question, “What are the best stores to shop at?”, I would have to go through the following steps: 1.
Go to the Walmart website and click on the store name.
Click on “Search” to find the answer.
Click “View” to view the content and then “Add to Cart”.
Scroll down and then click “Buy”.
Check the “Price” box and the “Buy Now” box.
Wait for the item to show up on your cart and then proceed to checkout.
Check “Confirm” and you should receive an email with a confirmation number.
You can click “Save” to finish your purchase.
Now, I can skip to step #9 of the process and I can get a direct link to a page on the site that I want to visit and have the content there.
I found this process to be incredibly inefficient, but it works for me.
How does this work?
Well, for a quick look at how this works, I took a look at some of the other sites I’ve seen on the internet and the results were not so encouraging.
So how does this make sense?
Well first, the content itself does not matter.
I don’t care how good a website is, I don