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Posted 28 March 2010 - 08:17 PM
Im open to critism, suggestions, maybe even a little praise Thanks.
Is this site completed or under construction?
Relatively speaking its finished, but its there are always things that may be tweeked/added to improve it.
How long has the site been up?
Do you have incoming links?
Not sure, i have my signature links from various other sites, my twitter page, my youtube page. In the next few days ill have facebook up. Also a few links in forum topics, mostly for tech support though.
What keywords are you targeting?
This is very broad. The reason being that i am focusing on keywords within each post, as i expect that the majority of traffic will land people within a post, not on my home page. Due to this, the keywords are dependant on what the blog post is about. Typically speaking, the tags for any given post (or combinations of them) are the keywords id like to target for that post.
Do you want your code reviewed for errors or improvements?
Who is your target audience?
Anyone interested in Computers, Technology, or Electronics as it applies to home use. This can range from the tech enthusist like myself to the average person looking for a little help, gamers, etc.
Why is your site different from sites selling/offering similar info/goods/services? Why will someone want to do business you?
My site is an effort to consolidate a wide range of similar yet often seperate information in one easy to access place. Its for other people like myself who have an interest but not a professional knowlege of all the topics. As an example, they may be interested in Windows Home Server, so they read an article on my site and then think to themselves, "centralizing my data on a server would be great, so would backing up my movies." and then they see another post about backing up movies...so instead of having to bounce like a ping pong ball across search engines they can get loosely related topics all in one place
How important is usability?
Very inportant. I dont want users at any point to feel like the site is broken or "too much trouble". I want them to easily be able to transition between topics, commenting, and even posting their own questions/content.
What is the purpose of the site? (inform, sell, online community, support B&M business, contact info only, etc)
The purpose of this site is to share my experiences and knowlege of 3 broad topics; Computers, Technology, and Electronics, as they pertain to home usage. Instead of me posting in ~10 specific forum sites, i figured i might as well consolidate my findings in one easy to access place.
Do you want design suggestions?
Im open to suggestions.
Posted 29 March 2010 - 07:37 AM
Posted 09 April 2010 - 09:37 AM
About the design .. it will be more professional if you customize the arras theme a little bit because there are hundreds of websites that look exactly like yours ..
I was bored once and I did 14 color variations for the arras theme, check in here http://www.youtips.n...utips-sites.php if you want to get some ideas ..
Also a logo will be welcomed I think ..
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