Join Date: Oct 2002
Location: Annandale, New Jersey
Bikes: 2008 Trek Portland, 1989 Nishiki Altron
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1)Work on the spelling of the site, when you operate at website, you want it to look as professional as it can be. A major boost in the professionalism of the site aspect is the spelling.
2)Make the picture smaller. On dial up, a picture that big will take up alot of room.
3)Add a guestbook/comments section. It helps. How can you know if the site needs improvements if there is no comments page.
4)Make the background a little more eye friendly. Just white and blue is not highly thought of, more colors, the better.
5)It needs more interaction through out. This helps everyone, if a person visits the site, and clearly sees buttons, they are going to click on them, which will open them up to further possibilities.
6)Layout needs revising. It seems as if everything is just tossed everywhere. With a smaller picture, you will have more room to work with, and more room to work with equals more room for links and/or pictures. Seriously, the site needs organization badly. A organized site is a good site.