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    Newbie here, but will appreciate any feedback offered on this site which I just began.

    http://www.partyleaders.com

    Thanks

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    Senior Member [Li] Brad's Avatar
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    Cons:
    - Not a fan of the right aligned navigation
    - Mouseovers on just about everything (including non-links)
    - Lack of any sort of header image
    - Google ads overlap some content in Firefox
    - Really slow at scrolling for some reason
    - Just wondering why it's called partyleaders when it's a web host promotion site?
    - Flesh color on white is unattractive
    - Your internal links are completely unnecessary since your site is barly more than a page.

    Fix up some of those and you'll have a decent site.
    [Li] Brad
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    Senior Member filburt1's Avatar
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    The page looks very spartian, but I'm guessing that's because there were so many ads that Adblock stopped (and missed one that I blacklisted) that there wasn't much left.
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    Senior Member splufdaddy's Avatar
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    Li Brad hit the nail on the head. Also, disguising your links is a very dirty trick. Your source code clearly shows that you have a list of affiliate links on this page, but you've changed the status bar's display on mouseover. Very dishonest. I'm not worried right now, because this isn't much of a website, but that's a really crappy thing to do.

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    Senior Member sarab's Avatar
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    I couldn't add much to what others have commented, except...

    Why? I can't figure out the approach. It's not visually appealing, or informative, some of the ads block the (minimal) content...

    I just felt 'pitched', and that normally means a mouse-click elsewhere.

    Sorry, but the great thing is, the honest comments on this forum are a great learning tool!

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    I also have to agree.

    If you want adverts then you need a site with SOMETHING on it as a vehicle. It's kind of like a one stop spam shop.

    The sort of thing the Internet really could do without.

    BTW - I didn't see any adverts for Viagra, you must have forgotten to include that one


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