If you’re looking for examples of niche, it’s difficult to imagine a slimmer area of focus than one page websites. It sounds obvious, but you’re building a site for an audience — so why wouldn’t you consider their experience and ways to communicate with them?
Hope explained that he personally contacted the teams behind the first 500 sites he found to let them know they’d been featured and ask if they thought their work had been presented in the best way possible.
They then visited his site and shared the fact that they’d been featured with their followers on social media, forming the foundation of One Page Love’s own following. When they asked if he could make an award banner for their own sites so they could show thatthey’d been featured, he did it — now they’re passively sending him traffic.
Hope suggested that you focus on your users’ experience – don’t make them jump through hoops to find the content, enter a gallery, or navigate around. Don’t have unnecessary clutter, ugly ads or, as he puts it a “social Christmas tree of sharing buttons” if they don’t add any value. Make it easy for visitors to follow you and subscribe to your site, and try out new features often to see what works best for them...