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Why The Heck Is Your Website Not Selling More? It Could Be Your Eyes...
By: Eric Graham
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    2007-04-01

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    This is often a better option than family or friends, because you tend to get a broader cross-section of opinions and the forum members are less likely to sugar coat the feedback they give you.

    But, there is one major draw back to either method of requesting feedback... The input you get about your website from family, friends and even forum posters will simply be based on opinions or “feelings”, not on expert, tested and proven techniques or advanced sales psychology.

    Basically... They may not know what the heck they are talking about!

    Another method for getting outside feedback is to conduct a survey of your existing website traffic. This is often one of the best options to get constructive feedback on how to improve your website.

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