A website can provide a full multimedia experience to your visitors - text, audio and video can all be included and all have their benefits. Some even automatically play sounds when a visitor lands on the page. Here's why this is a big mistake...

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Written by tiroberts
655 days ago

Ohhh, Kasey! I LOVE this post! Short, sweet, simple and to the point! I absolutely HATE random music that blasts in my ear when I go to a website. SUCH a turn off! And yes, you're right, the only way I can think to stop it is by closing the window - meaning they've just lost me as a potential customer or reader.

Great job with this post and your title is HILARIOUS! It caught my eye as I was strolling through the BizSugar stories and I just had to click on your link - the title had me rolling, lol.

Thanks for sharing this post with our BizSugar community. I truly appreciate it!

Ti



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