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Discussion in 'Reviews' started by clarenceshaw, Oct 25, 2019.

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    Please give me a review about my website RJ Unique Store https://comercex.co. Any comment will be highly appreciated. Thank you so much.
    SEMrush
     
    clarenceshaw, Oct 25, 2019 IP
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  2. trigshady

    trigshady Member

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    You should get a better quality logo and change the size of it, it is really too big here.
     
    trigshady, Oct 25, 2019 IP
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    The logo is also blurry for me.

    In addition, you should get a native speaker to look over your English copy.
     
    nshep, Oct 25, 2019 IP
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    In general looks good, no more no less , but still something missing ,maybe you will try to work with ad networks ,maybe nice banner for the meaning of ur site , try ,hopefully it will go well!
     
    tobysurf, Oct 27, 2019 IP
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    clarenceshaw Member

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    Thank you so much for all of your reviews. Everything is very much appreciated.
     
    clarenceshaw, Oct 31, 2019 IP
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    RXbux Greenhorn

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    You need more order in the footer and yes - the logo looks not very good. In product details all pictures have different format. On home page or catalog page try to add "buy now" or "add to cart" button on each product.
     
    RXbux, Nov 18, 2019 IP
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    qwikad.com Illustrious Member Affiliate Manager

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    Hire someone who is a native English speaker to proofread your entire site.
     
    qwikad.com, Nov 18, 2019 IP
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    Andrii Ozemko Greenhorn

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    Experienced SEO specialists recommended me to put all important information on the first view. They told me that user shouldn't scroll a website to understand its aim. On the first view should be something to catch user and give them information about this website, about product. When I opened your website I found a big poor quality logo, then I needed to scroll down to understand what this website about. So, I would recommend to improve the first view to catch user and give them information about website.

    Then I have crawled the website with my tool Smart SEO Auditor https://smart-seo-tool.com/. Not many things to do, but:
    1. Pay attention on titles, descriptions and H1. Some of them are nonoptimal.
    2. One JavaScript file wasn't found //comercex.co/apps/hurrify/plugin/js/hurrify.js
    3. Take a look Chrome Console, there are some errors.
     
    Andrii Ozemko, Nov 19, 2019 IP
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    Massive wasteful pointless image and effectively blank page on landing makes one think the site is still under construction. That type of artsty-fartsy splash page was on every "now not to build a website" list of 20 years ago, and it's only WORSE a practice today. If you're trying to sell something, get to it and show some stuff that's for sale, or something explaining what you're selling or what the site is about, not some giant goofy picture of a shopping cart in a circle and entire screens worth of whitespace!

    Overall the entire layout of the home page reeks of this problem, massive amounts of whitespace and a dearth of "content of value". I'm not certain the pittance of content presence even warrants two window-heights at 1080p.

    Pageloads also feel a bit slow -- likely due to the 1.15 megabytes of scripttardery spanning in 15 separate files on a page that doesn't even look like it warrants the presence of JavaScript! Though the ridiculous 115k of CSS -- on a site that likely only needs ~32k -- and equally absurd 74k of markup certainly aren't helping matters.

    Particularly when the home page is only 2.73k of plaintext and 10 content images, not even 12k of HTML's flipping JOB!

    ... as to the markup, apart from it being five times the amount of code such a simple page should even have, It's the typical train wreck of developer ineptitude I've come to expect from Shopify. Static style in the markup, static scripting in the markup, nothing remotely resembling proper semantics or logical document structure, endless pointless DIV for nothing, endless pointless classes for nothing, static SVG in the markup, presentational images in the markup, presentational use of images dragging practices back to the worst of the 1990's browser wars and HTML 3.2, its' a giant middle finger to usability, accessibility, efficiency, and site development in general.

    So... it's got problems.
     
    deathshadow, Nov 19, 2019 IP
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    omgirl Peon

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    The stuff you're selling is pretty cool. So I agree that the logo should take up less space, to leave more room for what you are actually selling, since that's where you want your visitors' attention to go when they arrive at your website.

    Your page speed would benefit from taking out the white space, and if (as deathshadow says) the HTML version is only 3.2, google will take points off for that and rank you lower than any competitors who have more modern coding. Modern websites are coded in HTML 5, CSS 3, and are bootstrap enabled. This makes them mobile-ready and google-friendly.

    You'll rank higher, when this is fixed.
     
    omgirl, Dec 1, 2019 IP