come at your website?

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Hello, today I came across this website, titled "Getting People to come (and STAY) at your website" - my question here is if it's grammatically correct to say "to come at a webiste"; or is it "to come to a website"? Or maybe "to come onto (on to?) a website"? Thank you!
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  • Sparky Malarky

    English - US
    We do speak of people "visiting" a website, so I guess "stay at" is not too far of a stretch. But I would have said "getting people to come to and stay on your website."
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