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Old 28th April 2007, 09:26 PM   #3
colintheriot
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Yeah. I've made that mistake in the past. Even if you have a website project you fold, use that real estate to route people to your new project, or capture leads should you decide to revive it. Think of your online properties as real estate. Even when a site is under construction, they still have a nice office where interested people can pre-buy, or at least have big banners up showing what the place will be. Great tip.

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