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  1. SanamA
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hello folks, I am running a site named as http://photographyheat.com/ and using latest version of 3.8.3. Guys please guide me good things for improving the quality of my site in all aspects..
    Would be grateful !!

  2. brandtastic
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Okay at first glance, your site looks great. Clean, easy on the eye, overall a good first impression.

    After being there for a good minute or so I do wonder something, what the heck is the site about. Now I know that we are supposed to click the "about" button but honestly I don't ever click about on Ebay, Amazon, etc....so how would the average person find your site and know how to interract with it.

    I'd say that visually you have nothing to worry about but considering the amount of pages this site has you've invested a great deal of time on it so...what's the theme. Why should I stick around?

    Getting to my suggestion..after stepping back and reading the "title" of your page I finally get it, "photography inspirations......"

    Take this into consideration..with the average user having several "tabs" open in their browers the most they see is the title is the name of the company and that's it.

    I would incorporate your slogan into the box where the logo is and immediately jump into a "conversation" with your visitor. Also, I'd remove whatever feature or plugin that is that makes your pictures zoom in. It's pointless and I'm sure affecting load times.

  3. Trumani
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Looks nice! Here are a few suggestions I have:

    - I agree with making it clearer what this site is about. Maybe a catchy tagline below the main menu on the home.

    - The structure of the submenus is a little confusing to me. I would have 1 column (for example, motors would appear below architecture in the travel menu). The exception being Photography, which has quite a few submenus and looks nice with 2 columns

    -Tell users what they're signing up for when they enter their emails. Assure them that they're emails will not be used for spamming purposes.

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