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Posted 08 November 2006 - 01:54 PM
Is this site completed or under construction?
How long has the site been up?
about a week
Do you have incoming links?
What keywords are you targeting?
paid surveys online
Do you want your code reviewed for errors or improvements?
Who is your target audience? Think about:
Age Range: above 18
Income/Education level: looking for employment
Likes/Dislikes: home based business
The more you tell us about your target audience, the better. We don't know them- you do!
The site offers paid surveys as a means of work from home.
Why is your site different from sites selling/offering similar info/goods/services? Why will someone want to do business you?
Qualitative sites are listed
What is the purpose of the site? (inform, sell, online community, support B&M business, contact info only, etc)
Do you want design suggestions?
Posted 10 November 2006 - 12:33 PM
Posted 14 November 2006 - 09:50 PM
Not sure what you're looking at, because it can't be the same site I'm looking at. This site is very ameatur and I would not trust the information on it if I came across site, simply because of the design. It looks like a site just thrown together in an attempt to make some money from affiliate programs or something.
A site that does something similar to what you do, and looks decent, is surf4work.com
You can use that for an example.
Edited by Jill, 14 November 2006 - 11:34 PM.
Posted 15 November 2006 - 04:46 AM
Posted 07 April 2007 - 06:39 AM
the text below header got spread along the widht of the page.plz correct it..
Posted 08 April 2007 - 09:02 PM
Outerbox is correct. I get emails all the time telling me I can make money doing surveys and such. Most are spam. The central goal of this site is that it has to instill confidence in the visitor that this is legit.
To me this is little more than just a collection of ads. A more professional design is a necessity. And testimonials from people who've taken surveys and actually made money. And the review process.
Having the ads from Google being the first thing people see damages credibility and takes them away from the site before they've even read the text. Have them lower on the page.
Posted 08 May 2007 - 12:24 AM
<META content="Paid Surveys Online, Paid Survey, Paid Surveys"
<META content="MSHTML 6.00.2900.2963" name=GENERATOR>
Also I would delete this <META http-equiv=Content-Language content=EN> and add the document language in the <html> tag instead like this: <html lang="en">.
And this <META http-equiv=Content-Type content="text/html; charset=windows-1252"> I would replace with this one <meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1" />
About the design, to be honest it does not look professional. It looks to me like an MFA (Made For Adsence) site, even If I do not really believe that is your intention.
Posted 11 May 2007 - 10:55 AM
The logo needs some work, it's very low quality. My guess is it's been made smaller to fit and has lost the quality that way.
The body text should be inline with the edges of your tables. Having it stick out all over the place looks very untidy.
Posted 11 May 2007 - 01:48 PM
I am not sure if you want advice on the look/feel/usability of the page or the SEO. For the SEO, it looked OK to me.
For the look/feel/usability, as someone who fits into your targetted demographic, I felt like it was a bit harsh to look at and too information filled. Remember, men tend to want a lot of information, women go more by instincts. I would soften the colors a bit, but keep professional colors (i.e.: don't soften it to light pink!).
To me, you have lot of information provided in a way that I could not easily sort out. I have to read through everything, and I would rather glance and proced. Also, I would NEVER make it to the bottom of the page to see the last 3 companies. Just like on Google, only the top couple ever get seen. Maybe instead of listing every feature of each company, provide a chart of the companies comparing their features. That would provide users with a very quick usability review.
Also, someone else brought up trust with these surveys. I think they are hitting on what could be your biggest issue in getting people to click the links and pay the money. How do they know it is worthwhile? You provide an "overall rating" but I don't know what you rate them on? Their website friendliness? Amount of surveys available? Personally, I would rather you rank them on trustworthiness or add a guarantee at the top that you have personally used these services with great success and now you are recommending them to your friends.
I hope some of these ideas are useful for you.
Good luck! Have fun!
Posted 13 May 2007 - 05:04 AM
Sorry about the harsh words, just from my 1st impression as a end user.
Hope this helps.
OPPS ! LOL. I just realised something ....
the thread started posted this on the 9th Nov 2006.
sorry, didnt know i was replying to an old thread!
Posted 08 August 2007 - 04:55 PM
i would work on a new design altogether though. good luck to you.
Posted 06 August 2008 - 05:23 PM
1. redesign your header. maybe make the logo bigger or change the font of your heading.
2. fix your ads. you have 2 google ads on the left that have the same links. consider removing one of them
3. create a menu on the left instead of just links
4. maybe changing the colors a bit might help.
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