The First Website
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When you sit
on at a computer, the very first website you instinctively log on to determines your internet productivity…
For instance, if your first instinct is to get on social media sites like facebook or twitter, chances are that you will spend majority of your time going through pictures of friends and shifting through tons of comments. If on the other hand your first instinct is to get on entertainment blogs like lindaikeji.com or tmz.com, chances are that you will spend most of your online time trawling around the internet for the latest gossip and gist.
This is because the internet is like an endless spiral, you never quite know how you move from one website to the other but what you do know is that you are browsing. You seem in control, but you really are not. The websites controls you subconsciously…that’s why when you decide to visit facebook for 5 minutes, you find yourself stuck on there for hours on end with several other sites opened…and then forgetting the reason why you logged on in the first place! That’s the internet for you.
So if your goal is to write an article for your blog, then the very first site you open up should be your blog site. This sets the precedence for your browsing session. What you begin to find is that the subsequent websites you visit will revolve around your blog.
I don’t quite know how it works. I just know that when I open up ofilispeaks.com as my first website…I subconsciously begin relating everything else I see on other sites to my blog. It is either I am copying their website style or getting article ideas for my blog. Whatever the case, my browsing history/pattern is greatly influenced by that first site.
So the next time you sit at computer, be conscious of the first site. And remember the very first website might not even be a website…it could just be Microsoft word or your journal.
Ofili is an award winning
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