Free Mini-reviews (Part 5)

Free Mini-reviews (Part 5)

Part 5 of my annual free mini-reviews.


I haven’t seen any analytics or survey data for any of these websites, and all my comments are only based on my experience in the field. I’m only spending very little time on each site, so there’s going to be superficiality. Some of my feedback is going to be brilliant, and some of it won’t make any difference. All of this advice should be tested.


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  1. Thank you for your work. Hope to see soon :)

  2. Peep, can you please tell me witch software you use for screen video capture?. Thanks Peep!.

    1. As always, thank you very much Peep!. And also thanks for your excellent work!.

  3. Hi Peep,

    You’ve done a terrific Job, I’m the French guy (I think you got only 2 French websites, that’s me).
    When you tested one of mine, you tried to buy a product and ended up in front of the sign up page. You were unhappy ;)
    You told me to check on the 300 million $ button. I am doing this straight away.
    Do you have great examples of e-commerces where the funnel is perfect ?

    Many thanks

  4. Just discovered your blog today. Honestly, this is some of the best reading regarding websites I have ever read. Everything else on the web is just people stating the obvious. This is constructive.

    How does a business go about getting a mini-review?

  5. Thank you for the feedback, I made the changes to trackingman.

  6. Cool to see that Trackingman really did something with your advice. Now it is clear what you are offering straight from the homepage.

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