Like what Dokuwiki sends me. Contains images, nice headings etc.
Most normal people will look for their software using Google. Must appear in the correct aggregator pages. Order matters in Google searches so try “free statistical packages” and “statistical packages free”.
If you have any feedback on the program, please feel free to contact me. There is also a community discussion group at https://sourceforge.net/projects/sofastatistics/.
And if you like SOFA, I would encourage you to vote for it at
I don't have an advertising budget so I need to encourage alternatives like user voting
Get onto the CD or DVD. Tie in with a support contract discount if citing PC World.
Make your database your Gold Mine - show how SOFA Statistics can be used for exactly that.
From http://www.inc.com/magazine/20100301/lets-take-this-offline.html. To really work, Sierra observed, an entrepreneur's blog has to be about something bigger than his or her company and his or her product. This sounds simple, but it isn't. It takes real discipline to not talk about yourself and your company. Blogging as a medium seems so personal, and often it is. But when you're using a blog to promote a business, that blog can't be about you, Sierra said. It has to be about your readers, who will, it's hoped, become your customers. It has to be about making them awesome.
So, for example, if you're selling a clever attachment to a camera that diffuses harsh flash light, don't talk about the technical features or about your holiday sale (10 percent off!). Make a list of 10 tips for being a better photographer.
If you're opening a restaurant, don't blog about your menu. Blog about great food. You'll attract foodies who don't care about your restaurant yet.
If you make superior, single-source chocolate, don't write about that great trip you took to the Dominican Republic to source cocoa beans. That's all about you. Instead, write the definitive article about making chocolate-covered strawberries. For the next 10 years, whenever a gourmand or a baker searches Google for a recipe on how to make chocolate-covered strawberries, he or she will find your post. Helping your users make awesome chocolate-based confections is likely to attract readers who might buy fancy chocolate, and that's the point of a successful blog. Writing about trips to the Dominican Republic is going to attract only people who might want to travel to the Dominican Republic. Unless you're selling that, you shouldn't be blogging about it.