August 14, 2017 at 12:42 pm #1553
Hey Believe Nation,
J-Ryze and myself are working on Evan’s website, trying to improve it every way we can. I was wondering:
1. Do you use Evan’s website?
2. If not, do you even know he has a website?
3. What would you change/improve on his website as a visitor?
Most popular “Top 10” articles on the website 🙂
August 16, 2017 at 8:11 am #1555
Wow! Looks pretty good. The email newsletter pop up is really nice.
I like the way your prompted to read another article in the bottom right hand corner of the screen, not too intrusive but eye catching when it pops up.
The wall of text on the Tony Robbins one was a bit much for me. I saw that and then just decided not to read it.
I did like the quote in a different font and size.
BTW I was viewing on a desktop.
It was interesting that after the article you had a related article section, then the tags, then the you might also like section. Are either of these intuitive? Or selected by you/Evan?
And then more from popular.
So many layers! It then had another section with cool pics to help you choose and then the newsletter at the bottom.
It looked really good!
My only gripes, the video quality in the background was really pixelated. This might look fine on a mobile, which really is who the website should be designed for anyway.
And the wall of text thing that I already mentioned.
Put it this way, I’d be pretty happy if my website looked like that.
Great job J-Ryze and Mihovil!!!
- This reply was modified 1 year ago by Jaime. Reason: Forgot to mention something
August 18, 2017 at 9:03 am #1570
Thank you so much for the detailed feedback man! 🙂 Yes, there indeed is a lot of text in the articles. Which is not always bad but people usually like to go through the internet content fast nowadays. Something to definitely keep in mind. 🙂
August 19, 2017 at 9:38 pm #1576
Yeah the text has it’s place. If you’re really into a topic and there is lots of information that’s great.
I had a look at more of the pages and I thought it was interesting how you liked to the social pages and website for the person profiled. Great way to get some credible back links.
August 20, 2017 at 5:42 am #1577
Yes, we wanted Google to know that pages are indeed related to those people + to help users find out more about the person, if they are interested. 🙂
August 20, 2017 at 6:33 pm #1597
Cool. Makes sense 🙂
August 21, 2017 at 3:46 am #1600
AnitaParticipant29 #believe points
If I now went to Evan’s website to check it out and give you feedback I will probably come up with a few ideas.
But I have seen the site and would prefer to speak from the everyday impression I got – meaning without going and looking for what could be improved.
So my impression when I go to Evan’s website in general was:
it is simple to overview, very interesting design, I could find everything I wanted and when google-searching something specific from his site I also found it right away.
What blew my mind at one point was when I found transcripts of the videos! Wow 👍 🙂 Those probably are for the translators?
Howevs, the site per se IS GOOD. But I will check it out in depth again. I am a woman, I will always find something! 😉
You guys really did a great job there!
August 21, 2017 at 4:28 am #1606
Thanks for the feedback Anita! 🙂
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