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    I liked your site's logo and design.Its really cool

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    This is nice website. But as i look another website like this same they don't take too much time to analyze the site what ever i search. may this is some drawback of your site. Other thing is good just make your design good. if your home page have nothing than no need to make it full page layout. So suggestion is focus on your designing structure of your website.

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    I like the look of the site--the colors and font choices are appealing to me. It makes sense that a webmaster tools site should have a clean and simple look (after all, Google does).

    I'm torn about this, because on the one hand, it's nice that you have the big box that invites people to analyze their sites and jump right in to your main call to action. I sort of hate to advise you to clutter that up. On the other hand, when I enter my address, I have no idea what specific tools I'm going to be using, and I really should know that before I put anything into a search box.

    If I were setting up a site like this, I would break it into categories. Maybe one would be design tools, where you could link to the tools that show you how much color contrast your site has, for example. Another category could be coding tools, including site validation, load times, link checkers, and so forth. Another category could be website support, with links to forums like Site Point. Another could be web design services, such as WordPress or Weebly (you could get a lot of reciprocal links set up with various web design site owners, too). If I were going to visit a site like this regularly, I'd want it to have all the tools in one easy place. As it is, I don't know that it offers information I'd want to go back to see.

    About the English usage--on the home page main call to action, I would change "insert url for analyse" to "insert url or webpage to analyse" (you could say insert url for analysis, but "to analyse" is better).

    On the About page, I'd like to know some information about the person behind the content, including your expertise.

    Here is your original copy on the "about" page (I've done a different version for you below):
    this site is basically and comprehensible tools collection for webmasters, web designers, seo specialists
    these tools beautify and highlight the code of html, css, javascript pages, beside with minify aspect of them
    Also images

    My revision:
    This site offers a comprehensive collection of tools for webmasters and SEO specialists, including tools for:
    {Insert a list of specific tools with bullet points and what each tool does here}

    Best wishes!

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    Like the social network sidebar.

    Quote Originally Posted by mydiscogr View Post
    Hi, I've just finished (still in beta) my new site,

    well the problem is to drive people inside, so I made some post to service such as reddit etc.
    althougth the feedback on google analytics is good just after these posts,
    after a day visits go down soon... and my site still have 2 or 1 visitors

    so according your experience it is my site "not really useful" or just ok at the beginning...
    any suggest/experience are welcome

    site is http://www.webmaster-toolbox.com

    thanks
    I think you could put an ad on the bottom and and I tested my site <snip>, it worked well. I think only the most important social networks could be used on the sidebar as well. That's my 2 cents. Nice site!
    Last edited by TechnoBear; May 24, 2012 at 03:35. Reason: Self-promotional reference removed.

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    If I were setting up a site like this, I would break it into categories. Maybe one would be design tools, where you could link to the tools that show you how much color contrast your site has, for example. Another category could be coding tools, including site validation, load times, link checkers, and so forth. Another category could be website support, with links to forums like Site Point. Another could be web design services, such as WordPress or Weebly (you could get a lot of reciprocal links set up with various web design site owners, too). If I were going to visit a site like this regularly, I'd want it to have all the tools in one easy place. As it is, I don't know that it offers information I'd want to go back to see.

    About the English usage--on the home page main call to action, I would change "insert url for analyse" to "insert url or webpage to analyse" (you could say insert url for analysis, but "to analyse" is better).

    On the About page, I'd like to know some information about the person behind the content, including your expertise.

    Here is your original copy on the "about" page (I've done a different version for you below):
    this site is basically and comprehensible tools collection for webmasters, web designers, seo specialists
    these tools beautify and highlight the code of html, css, javascript pages, beside with minify aspect of them
    Also images

    My revision:
    This site offers a comprehensive collection of tools for webmasters and SEO specialists, including tools for:
    {Insert a list of specific tools with bullet points and what each tool does here}

    Best wishes!
    really thanks ! these are good ideas, ops yep about "for analyse" I work on this site in late night and I'm not English, so sometimes I make some mistake, thanks for correction again

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    I found that there are hundreds of sites like that.
    And the design is simple.

    So I thing that you need upgrade your tool, add more functions on that.

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    Yes, I'm working to upgrate tools, and made more useful, I work also to improve and made more light this site, about "processing query" it really depends of access time of site that you are analyzing
    really thanks to all for your advices, thanks again

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    Few things that I noticed as a newbie..

    The About us page looks informal and incomplete. The last line ends with "Also images" which looks incomplete. It also shows some dotted box with an inline text saying "tools for webmasters". When I clicked on your website, I got 500 error. But when I clicked on refresh, it worked. So I guess technical glitches are experienced by everyone!

    When I type and hit enter, the page does not load for analysis. I had to click on Start to process.

    Hope it helps. Keep the good work!

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    really thanks I've just update the site, just little step, I've tried to apply your many and precious advices and I fix some bugs and made some improvements

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    I like the simplicity of it, as previously mentioned it is very Google(esque).

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    i have viewed the link it jus amazing specialy the tools you have used very nice i like the most how many visitors +1 from me

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    thanks

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    looks cute, very simple and user friendly.

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    The design is pretty basic and its function as well.
    I don't really see how it is different from google webmaster tools.
    You may need to offer something different and worthwhile

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    Hi

    Nice site. Logo with text is not good.
    Your site can analyze more things? Maybe some SEO parameters? Alt imgages, header (h1, h2 etc.)

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    A few things to consider:

    #1
    Problem: It's stated on the homepage that this website contains "tools" for web professionals, yet there are none other than the URL checker. This is misleading and will most likely cause a visitor to lose their trust in your website.
    Solution: You should change the verbage and focus this website on being what it is, which is a URL checker. Or you could add more tools.

    #2
    Problem: The share buttons on the right side are too prominent in comparison to the other page elements. Also they could be clicked accidentally since they are directly beside the scroll bar.
    Solution: They should be moved away from the right side of the page and contained in some sort of drop-down list, that when hovered/clicked display. You can use this: http://sharethis.com/publishers/get-sharing-tools

    #3
    Problem: The grammar on the "info" and "About" page is incorrect and difficult to understand. This will surely lose the trust of visitors so they'll never come back.
    Solution: Use proper grammar and explain things in a simple and easy to understand way.

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    wow, really thanks for your review

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    Problem: The grammar on the "info" and "About" page is incorrect and difficult to understand. This will surely lose the trust of visitors so they'll never come back.
    Solution: Use proper grammar and explain things in a simple and easy to understand way.

    please I'm not english, so sometimes is really a problem, you mean not "info" word is wrong but what is wrote following the link, right? thanks
    in this weekend I update the site need some bugfixes

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    Hi,

    Yes, I was referring to the content on the page. Also, I was not trying to be harsh. Just giving my honest opinion/feedback.

    Goodluck and I hope the website does well!
    Quote Originally Posted by mydiscogr View Post
    wow, really thanks for your review

    #3
    Problem: The grammar on the "info" and "About" page is incorrect and difficult to understand. This will surely lose the trust of visitors so they'll never come back.
    Solution: Use proper grammar and explain things in a simple and easy to understand way.

    please I'm not english, so sometimes is really a problem, you mean not "info" word is wrong but what is wrote following the link, right? thanks
    in this weekend I update the site need some bugfixes

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    Well I put the link to my domain in there and it give me some information on the domain I have not seen anywhere else so in that regard it was very informative. I agree with other members that you need to work on the design a bit.

    One question: For keywords for my website this came up:

    GWBU, Great Wall Builders, APS, AwesomePennyStocks.com,DOMK, otc DOMK, DoMark, penny stocks,SIRG, IDNG, CLNO, Cleantech Transit, Sierra Resource Group, Independence Energy,BRFH, Barfresh Food Group, Promotion, penny stock, otc, nasdaq,SGAE, Siga Resources, Gold, Mine, Penny Stock, AwesomePennyStocks, hard mailer, promotion, SNPK, NSRS, pump and dump, pick, All American Pet Company, AAPT, explosive, pump,Explore Anywhere Holding, EAHC, OTC, share reduction, acquisition,USPR, U.S. Precious Metals, junior gold

    for my competitor this keywords came up:
    buy penny stocks, penny stocks, penny stock alerts, hot penny stocks, hottest penny stocks, best penny stocks, free stock tips, penny stock alert, penny stock picks, good penny stocks, about penny stocks

    He also writes about individual co's like I do but none of those keywords came up for him

    All these keywords are related to different articles I have written on public companies. Should all these keywords be showing up like this or did I enter keywords into my word press articles wrong?

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    The site is simple and nice. Nice logo btw. However I strongly believe that you have to add more stuff because it kinda looks empty...OR is it just me?

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    Yeah man,

    Great site - love the simplicity!

    Have added to my bookmarks

    Quote Originally Posted by mydiscogr View Post
    Hi, I've just finished (still in beta) my new site,

    well the problem is to drive people inside, so I made some post to service such as reddit etc.
    althougth the feedback on google analytics is good just after these posts,
    after a day visits go down soon... and my site still have 2 or 1 visitors

    so according your experience it is my site "not really useful" or just ok at the beginning...
    any suggest/experience are welcome

    site is http://www.webmaster-toolbox.com

    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by samg914 View Post
    Hi,

    Yes, I was referring to the content on the page. Also, I was not trying to be harsh. Just giving my honest opinion/feedback.

    Goodluck and I hope the website does well!
    your advices are really welcome ! and thanks again

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    to: rainbowgod

    really thanks

    to: chuckgs
    yes you right I'm now working for a bugfixing and soon as possible I add some stuff and other things collected here

    toriontis


    no, the keywords is "grab" from html meta tags keywords, if you refer to why google or other search engine see... I dunno, and thanks for ur review

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    It seems pretty useful. I like it and it looks clean and is simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by H20 Man View Post
    It seems pretty useful. I like it and it looks clean and is simple.
    really thanks


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