Feedback + Critique Resources
Asking for feedback is important, and it's one of the most common questions here in WA. There are a number of good resources in WA so I just wanted to collect them and create a mini recourse collection here.
Personally, I think the most important thing when ASKING for feedback is to be specific about what you are looking for. Even "successful" websites can always be changed for improvement or just according to taste.
Being a bit more specific about what you are concerned about or looking for means you'll be much more likely to get useful feedback, rather than just "good job bro".
If you're GIVING feedback, I try to pick 2 or three things to focus on to not overload the person, and also to not make them feel like you hate their website. In theory, taking criticism sounds great but in reality some people do get their feelings hurt if you are not tactful in your review.
Enough said! Here they are
Ask For Feedback & Critique Here:
Tips for Getting Feedback Training:
Tips For Giving Feedback Training:
As a bonus tip, it's not always the best idea to just post your site in chat and say "gimme feedback guys". Critiquing a website can be labor-intensive, and not everyone has time or is willing to do it! As a courtesy I would first ask if anyone has time to look at your site, and of course be specific about what you want them to look at. Just my opinion, not a rule.
Creating a blog post is also a way to get some comments or ideas. And remember, the more friends you have on WA, the more attention you'll get when you create a post like that https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/nathaniell/blog/why-follow-people-or-have-them-follow-me
And of course the first link up there is a great place to meet other people who are also looking for help on their sites, and you can hook up with folks there and trade website critiques.
*** Feel free to add any additional helpful links I missed in the comments and I will add them to the post