Website Audits. Get 20 Free For the Next Week!

Last Update: August 20, 2019

We have just released a "free audit week" of SiteFeedback, during the next week you can get free feedback for your website. You are going to be able to get feedback on your website,

How the "Free Audit Week" Works?

It is exactly how it sounds and very simple. If you have a website that you want to get reviewed, if you have a page or posts (or several) that you want real human feedback on, then I recommend that you head over to the SiteFeedback platform and request some feedback.

Some of the most insightful feedback that I have gotten to date has come from this platform.

You can head over to the SiteFeedback platform from within the Websites => SiteFeedback menu. There you will be able to request feedback on a page, post, or on your website as a whole.Here is the direct link to SiteFeedback:

===> Access SiteFeedback Here!

You can get feedback on various aspects of your website, and you will be able to select this within the request details. You can choose to get feedback on your:

  • Website Content
  • Website Design
  • Layout of your content/page
  • Use of Images or Media
  • General Feedback

If you haven't had a website audit lately, I recommend that you head over there now and get yourself some feedback!

**You have to be a Premium member to use the SiteFeedback platform. If you are not already Premium, you can upgrade here.

Earn an Abundance of Credits

This is also going to lead to an opportunity for you to earn community credits that you can use down the road for getting SiteFeedback.

You are now going to be able to head over to the SiteFeedback platform and earn community credits, which you can then in turn use for future SiteFeedback requests. This is a good way to not only give back and offer help to fellow members, but also earn credits that you can leverage for future website/post/page reviews as you need them.

So if you are looking to earn credits, I recommend that you head over the SiteFeedback and under the "Offer Feedback" tab you are going to be able to offer your personal insights and feedback.

Use Your Credits, Get Your Site Review Regularly

I recommend that you regularly ask for feedback within the SiteFeedback platform. I am constantly doing so with sites that I have, and it is almost daily that I am asking others to review my work, and we are constantly getting people to review changes that we are making to our site.

These are not necessarily design experts (which is actually what you DO NOT want). These are people that are looking at it, and giving you opinions and insights from their perspective...that is, REAL human feedback from the likes of your customers.

Community feedback is real and gives you real tangible ways that you can improve your website, your content, and ultimately improve your user experience which is going to lead to more success.

So get out there, get some feedback, and take advantage of this weeks audit. Also, don't forget to offer feedback and earn some credits as well. This is a good time to load up and moving forward, this should be part of your consistent game plan in terms of website improvement.

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Mamabear01 Premium
Hi Kyle, this is a great idea, how do you go about getting the 20 credits for feedback? I've gone to the website and tried to request feedback, but It says I don't have enough credits. Also, I have offered feedback on other sites and can't find them.

What is the difference between feedback and comments and where do I find the ones I have written?

LouiseBT Premium
Hi Pat
To earn the credits for feedback you go to the link that Kyle has shared in his article above, here it is again for easy access:

Here is the direct link to SiteFeedback:


and give site feedback where it has been requested.

Site feedback is different from site comments as follows:

Site feedback - is your input on the website design, or content or anything that has been requested. This is not shared to the website online, it is between you and the owner of the website and is in an effort to improve their site.

Site comments - this is you giving comments on the website content (a blog or article), offering some insight into what the content is about and/or asking questions. What this does is creates engagement on the website which Google likes to see, and assists with site ranking within the search engines. It's about SEO. When the site owner approves your comment, it goes live on their website for the world to see.

I hope this has assisted you.

Mamabear01 Premium
Thank you for the explanation. Yes, it helped clear up some things. However, I couldn't get the 20 feedbacks from Kyle. Can't figure out what I did wrong.

But, thanks for the info.

LouiseBT Premium
Hi Pat

Kyle is not giving the 20 feed backs, the community has the opportunity to offer 20 feedback a for free to the site owner. So if you upload your URL for 20 site feed backs, then 20 WA members can each give you 1 feedback. Does that make more sense?
And you as a WA member can earn WA credits by offering site feedback at that link to other WA members who have placed their URLs there for feedback. I have already earned loads of credits by giving feedback. I have yet to receive any feedback on my site which is disappointing, but I am very happy to have earned the credits.
So, the advantage is twofold. Go for it, give site feedback and share your URL for others to give you feedback - you may be luckier than I have been ☺️
LynneClay Premium
I asked for a site feedback and received an article comment instead. It showed up in my site feedback area.

My question is, is there any way I can either move this comment or copy it to my website article comments area and still retain the name of the person who sent it to me ?
EdwinBernard Premium
You can disapprove this comment or edit it.

LynneClay Premium
Thanks, but I don't want to do either of those options.
I want to be able to move his comment to my website and still retain his name on the comment.
Stella741 Premium
Thanks Kyle...this is very timely and I have been using Site Feedback with glee over the past couple of days.

I really appreciate that it is more private and people really give more thorough feedback than the Give and Take Thread.

Thanks for thinking of us! We appreciate you...
RVsRock Premium
I certainly hope the vision you and Carson have laid out will continue for decades to come.

There are large, successful Internet hosting and marketing companies, yet continued competition will swallow many of them alive. And since digital technology is moving at mach speed, only those who strive to stay up will succeed in the long run.

From what I have seen so far in the past 2-1/2 years here at WA is consistency and dedication. Not only from you and Carson, but from the entire community as well.

I will conclude by predicting that WA will become a behemoth in this field as long as the dedication and perseverance is front and center.

Here is to you, Carson and your families!

Best wishes,

CraigS3 Premium
Thank you very much, for the site feedback credits I can definitely use those I was having a problem with site feedback and site content but I went ahead and bought 25 credits I'm definitely going to use the 20 credits I got for Sight feedback so I can continue my training anyway I love the program I was just hung on that one snag thanks a million you and Carson have a great day thanks again
TitaWorks Premium
I just realized that I am LIKING the feedback platform way better than the commenting one.

Mostly, that's 'cause I find that I know so little about a lot of the topics that fellow bloggers are asking for comments on that I tend not to be able to say much that I feel is useful to them.

I know other people's comments have helped me so much that I'd like to reciprocate and pay forward, but -- auwe! -- no mo' nuff savvy for that. (Sigh!)

On the other hand, I have been a blogger and a writer for a while now, so I think I can maybe help others who are also taking blogging for a spin.

You earn points the same way -- you get one credit for giving a website critique and, for me, anyhow, the structuring of the websites and the choices people make to present their thoughts are a fascination.

Thanks for the steer, Kyle....

-- Netta
Rob001 Premium
It's not often you can get the opinions of others about your work without needing to use existing customers so it must be a good way of collecting independent and unbiased comments.

I shall not be ready to use any feedback until next week but once I am, I shall use it as much as possible and try to give some back to others.

I don't have much experience yet, but this should put me in a good position to see what potential visitors and customers will see.

Thanks for another way of making sure it all works as it should.
Best wishes
mlight56 Premium
Thank you for the opportunity to get feedback, been to busy to be able to give feedback to get credits, working 100hrs trying to get an online store up and running before the end of the year, selling a house, packing to move 1000km, not an easy task but we`ll get through it, thanks again ... cheers ... Michel
laparra1 Premium
Good afternoon Kyle,

What a nice surprise, thank you.

It is true that I have not received or given feedback for a long time, mea culpa. I have been focussing on SiteComments. for close to a year and the result is that each website now has 1500 comments, I think that is nice and well worth the effort.

I will do my best to also give some feedback.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
JaneSuperMom Premium
The more we lift each other up the more it helps us all. We all learn
Ingus Premium
Thanks for this one! I started to give feedbacks to other websites. Not only you can help others to improve their websites, but I myself got the chance to see other pages and get my mind thinking how to improve them. That gives a lot of new thoughts how to improve my own site.
M1818 Premium
Thanks for this audit opportunity which is a great way for us to get constructive feedback on an on going basis to improve our websites no matter they are rudimentary or rather advanced in development.

Also, commenting on other's websites is a great opportunity for both the commentator and the 'commentee' to learn from their mutual interaction. The commentator gets to observe and learn from all the interesting and positive things the website developer is doing as he or she scrutinizes the website for possible areas of improvement. And of course, the web developer gets to hear and learn from all of the constructive and insightful comments made.
VirginiaA43 Premium
Thanks, Kyle. As a beginner at this, I think that beginners would love to get honest feedback on their website, I know I do. It is hard for me to give constructive feedback on other members websites, when I am not sure what I’m doing. I will certainly use the benefit of your free feedback this week. Thanks again!

ariesight Premium
That's great! I will make the most of it.

I don't want to be a buzzkill, but I do have to say something. I've given up on Sitefeedback because the feedback is pretty bad, usually. It's mostly:

Great site!
Great work!
I love your site!

No real feedback. I think that there's should be a rating system on the feedback we get, so people have a motive to write good(useful) feedback.

Also, there could be a list of questions people get when they leave feedback, so beginners know what to look for on a site. Like:

1. Can you read the text clearly?
2. Do you like the images?
3. Can you understand what the article says?

Don't get me wrong. I do appreciate the feature. It just needs a little improving.
Carson Premium
Hi Jenny,

Absolutely agree with you that a platform where you can enter more structured feedback will be great, then provide you with percentages, star ratings, and other metrics that you can track over time.

We're already working on the next round of updates for this platform, for now it's an open comment area where you can interact with folks who ideally leave constructive and thorough feedback to help you improve.

AnitaSmith60 Premium
Hi, you have a really good point there. I would prefer constructive feed back to just " I love your site" etc. Great stuff.....Gonna follow you now....
Purdey Premium
Super cool! Done! Thank you. Purdey
Vickic3 Premium
Thanks Kyle
I will go do some now
Igor13 Premium
Hi, kyle!

Thanks for the update and info. I will use the option for feedback as you proposed.

Best regards,
lesabre Premium
Great stuff Kyle. Just asked for site feedback on

Jenny28 Premium
This is great Kyle!
I have not gotten any feedback for my website in a really long time. I tried to get feedback a while ago but gave up on it after 3 days of not getting any response. I always use the site comments but just neglected the site feedback. I will try it out.

TDomena Premium
I';ve gotten great feedback there as well. I'll definitely be using this. Thanks. Going over there now.
Shwni Premium
Thanks for this Kyle it can make one hell of a difference to have honest opinions from members here, all people need to remember is to not take criticism to heart, the feedback is there to help and not hurt :)
1Summer Premium
Great thanks Kyle, this is one area that I have to admit I've neglected for much too long, so thanks for the reminder and I think I'm going to head out there now...

JessicaKoop1 Premium
this is so awesome!
Swangirl Premium
Sounds good Kyle! Thanks. This is just what I need to finally use Site Feedback. I always use Site Comments but put it off using Feedback for some reason.
Kyle Premium
For sure, definitely a good thing to take advantage of it. You can actually learn a lot about design and your own website improvements by offering constructive criticism and feedback to others as well.
Helen123 Premium
Me too...!
Swangirl Premium
I have not received any feedback yet but I gave some! Thanks.