I've Gotta Ask This.

by Phil Jacobson 2 replies
If there isn't already, there should be a place where we can politely ask people to "review my site" without fear of being labeled

"jerk looking for free publicity".

I have wanted to give a couple of people reviews that have asked me in PMs but I'm not really confident I know what I am talking about (yet). Personally, I have just finished (per se) my first attempt at a site which looks simple but took me hours upon hours to complete and would surely love some direct insight from people in here who are kind enough to supply it.

I suppose there is a polite way of doing it that doesn't annoy people. I have seen it done a few times and most people haven't had their heads bitten off for it.

But, why not a few basic guidelines?

I mean, I would love to see people's latest sites and would love to see what people say in their reviews.

Guidelines For Submitting Site for Review to Warrior Forum

Any ideas? (has to be your own site, only after 100 posts?, only one thread?)




Thanks a million!

#main internet marketing discussion forum #gotta
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  • Profile picture of the author Ricky Parker
    I think the best bet is to just build some friendships with fellow members here and help each other out.

    A section for this would be a "neat" idea. But in reality it would just be another section that a TON spam would get pushed in.

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    • Profile picture of the author Phil Jacobson
      You're probably right. If you get a whole heap of people reviewing your site you might end up with a mixed response and become more confused.

      good point. Maybe building a relationship with a few people or kindly asking the senior warriors in a PM if they would be kind enough to give a review would be a better idea.


      Why Drink Coffee only?

      (Warrior Discounts)

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