Review my Website please

Ron Killian

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I think it looks real nice. Clean, modern and not cluttered. Could use more social buttons on the main page. Bottom of the post, the "Like This" part took some time to load, might want to look at that.

Could use more images or dressing up the text, little on the boring side.

Only other thing, there are SO many tech blogs, seems every one and their brother are doing them. just a thought :)
 

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I agree it looks clean and modern.

You need a Privacy Policy. I think Google will slap you for that.

Some original content would help.
 

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Nice clean looking site there. ewow is right about needing to add a privacy policy to serve Google ads on your site.

AdSense policies and guidlines are below if you need more information on their requirements.
https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/48182
 

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Hello,

So it's not bad, just to let you know. There definitely can be some things that you can optimize on it so just so you know I'm not saying your website is terrible, but I will touch on some points that can possibly make it better.

So #1 would be utilize the full page and give it some dynamic touch to it. As of right now I would look at the website and think of a way to make it as minimal as possible. Really try to look at it from a users perspective and assume somebody that know nothing about your site stumbles upon it.

You should have a section where it tells specifically what your website is about. Then the second part to that is how can they reach the information... Make it simple!! Have take the readers on a journey..

Example: Click here to read what this site is about, then click here to read the different topics, then click here to signup for our daily newsletter if you like our stuff and we'll keep you up-to-date and send special stuff.

See, it's a journey so keep it simple and plain and assume they have no idea what your website is about and make that process as smooth as possible.

The next thing is the ads. I almost missed the ad placement until I looked harder and don't have ads on your homepage of your website.. It looks dirty. Place them inside of the content and it is Google's job to make those ads relevant to your content.

Finally, it's not really a tip, but just remember post quality over quantity. Take your time and don't just give them information that has been repeated over and over, but try to make their head "click" and finally truly understand something that they have not understood prior to reading your post.

So that's my thoughts.. Just remember make it clean and simple and have it in front of them to know what your website is about, where to find all the information, and where to signup to receive updates. Don't just throw them the information.

That's the best piece of advice I have for you.

Hope that helps :)

Take care, Adam
 
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