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I would like help getting free traffic to my web site http://dimmusacio.ucoz.com/.

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Try submitting your site to search engines, like google.com, yahoo.com, etc.

also, advertise your site, include a link at the bottom of all your emails, make fliers and post them around town, bring it up in casual conversation, where ever you would expect to see advertisement, post it there.

-But no matter what, don't advertise TO much, because that will make people walk away and never go on to your site.

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