Keeping people on your page is good.
Gadgets are great for this, and a gadget we all use alot is an excellent example of this. One of the most used “Google” gadgets is, um… Ever posted a video from YouTube on your blog?
Thats a gadget, see you already use them
Keeping people on your website via gadgets is pretty easy. It is a simple, but often over looked tactic. Probably the simplest way to get someone to stay at least three minutes on your page is to post a three minute video on that page.
Putting together a set of videos on a certain subject adds value and can be great link bait as well.
Example: Sugarrae posted a collection of videos on the subject of Facebook and Facebook apps. I recommend you watch them.
If you have watched videos on a subject you enjoy, then you likely know which videos are worth watching and which videos suck. Use that knowledge! A simple post with five or so videos about a subject you know about will be appreciated by most, and will keep your visitors on your page longer.
Now that I explained this simple concept using videos, let’s remember that the videos you post are just gadgets that you have put on your web page. Think about that.
I am feeling nice and I am going to tell you a secret. The most important and fundamental piece of knowledge required to profit from gadgets fits in one
The reason there is enormous revenue potential in gadgets is not because of the gadgets themselves, but because people don’t understand them and often do not even know they are using them, like when they post a YouTube video.