Free feedback for your website!1 user found helpful
I've recently created a feedback application to perform audits with. I use it to give feedback on web applications, web sites, digital documents, etc.
Because I think it's a useful service that helps increase overall quality of websites and business, I'd like to offer a 10 free reviews for anybody interested.
If you have recently launched a new project, please contact me by providing a public URL, and I'll reply back with a link to an online report. The link will be sent via a private message.
I hope to get some enthusiastic responses!
Q: What does that feedback consist of?
Things that I think can be improved. That can be related to speed, SEO, readability, accessibility, navigation, spelling, technical aspects, responsiveness, etc.
Q: What's the purpose of feedback?
To help you spot issues you may be not aware of in order to improve the overall quality of your website.
Q: Is it free?
Yes, 100%. No strings attached.
Q: Do you have an example?
Yes, for the concrete5.org website I made a few feedback cards: https://nitpick.app/case/dc76f1fcd81fe087d2...
This is a very generous offer. Professional site auditing like this would not be cheap, let alone free.
I have seen many sites that could use this type of feedback.
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I just noticed that, when describing your capabilities, you have a tendency to start with you and end with the client and I really think it should be the other way around.
As digital strategists we plan how to best utilize the latest technologies to improve your business bottom line.
Depending on your project, our designs can translate online and offline to give your business the best exposure possible.
I think your sentences should start with "we improve your business bottom line" and "we give your business the best exposure possible" or else it sounds like it's me me me me you.
And in the end, the clients really don't care how you do it (or dare I say it, about you - and us) they care about what results they're getting.
Just my 2 cents. I hope it's useful.