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The SiteFeedback platform here at Wealthy Affiliate is part of the Premium offering and allows anyone to get constructive and targeted feedback on their website, pages, and/or posts that they create.

This is a pay it forward system, where you earn credits for offering feedback to others then you can use those credits to "request feedback" from the community. When you have "fresh" eyes on your website, it can help you drastically improve your website and improve your skills for making your website more readable, better designed, and much more user friendly.

In this tutorial I will walk you through:

  • Benefits of using the SiteFeedback System
  • How to Access Your SiteFeedback
  • Understanding Your SiteFeedback Notifications
  • Proper Practices for Offering Feedback to others
  • How to Request Comments on Your Website
  • Managing your Feedback Discussions

If you have any questions relating to the SiteFeedback platform, please leave them below and I will be more than happy to help you out.

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Samueel Premium
Thanks for the video and for adding this powerful tools in the website the work of feedback makes you learn no one is perfect and the seniors in the business can comment but my question is if my website that I am.receiving feedback has bad comment do I get any punishment from WA for it, and if I comment on someone feedback and the person don't like it is there any punishment for it
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bellison0828 Premium
I have been trying for two days now to post my site for feedback. I know that I have to pay it forward by submitting feedback to others, but each time I click on the submit feedback for two sites, there are no sites requesting feedback.

Is this common? I really wanted to post my site for feedback yesterday.

I'm ready to gooooooooooo and ya'll are holding me back. ;-)

Blessings~
Brenda
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NewLaurie Premium
Brenda - don't let it hold you back. Go to this thread to give and receive feedback, and just continue on with your training.
You can always check back at Site Comments at a later time.
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bellison0828 Premium
Thanks NewLaurie, I see we are going to be good friends. You are the bomb.com with the rapid response. ;-)

Blessings~
Brenda
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AJTrimble1 Premium
This is fairly common as there are more new members needing to do it than there are sites, so when one becomes available they tend to go fast. Don't let it hinder your progress. Keep going so you don't lose momentum and just check back now and then :-)
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bellison0828 Premium
Thank you AJ. I thought I was getting punked! hahahahahha

Brenda
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AJTrimble1 Premium
Hahaha... nice. :-)
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NextLevel1 Premium
What is your domain?
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bellison0828 Premium
Hello NextLevel1,

My domain is: http://alwaysdifferentgreetingcards.com/
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JAngele Premium
Hi Kyle,

Good training on feedback. But, a couple of months ago I offered feedback and got no credit for it. What did I do wrong?

Secondly, I went to give feedback a couple of times and there was no one requesting feedback. So, it holds up my going forward. Probably nothing you can do about that.?

I appreciate the comment about typos, because I see a lot of them around the sites, but don't know how helpful my corrections were, so I stopped offering them.

What do you think?

Sincerely,
J. Angele
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ericcantu Premium
You've stopped all your training because there aren't sites to offer feedback on? Move forward! You mentioned you've offered feedback in the past, so the point is that you know how to do it. Keep progressing through the training :)
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bellison0828 Premium
J. Angele don't stop offering your assistance. Someone needs it but you don't know who it is. Even if you only help one person it will have been well worth it;-)

Keep ya head up!

Blessings~
Brenda
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NextLevel1 Premium
This is true if I don't get feedback I'm going to keep up with what I'm doing. I have confidence in myself, you should too. Understand most WA Affiliates already got rank and they do know we want to progress but they doing their own thing. Be patient my friend and do not give up.
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We can help each other out. Your domain name, please. Mine is:

https://blackdiamondsvirtualmalls.com/
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AnnieSco Premium
Hey Kyle! I noticed in the video when you put your site on the screen for feedback the first sentence says "In the quest OF better health". I think it should it should be "In the quest FOR better health."
But I am a writer in America & know sometimes other counties say things a little different so that may be the case here. For example in America we say "learned" as the past tense of learn but in New Zealand they say "learnt" instead. Just wanted to point that out in case it is helpful. Thanks so much for all your help so far! I really appreciate it!
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Mnw Premium
In the U.K, the past tense of learn is learnt, so New Zealand, Australia and in other countries where people learn the Queen's English use the same form. Here in the USA you say an apartment instead of a flat (British Eng), sidewalk instead of pavement, a can instead of a tin, a pence for a cent, etc. Here in the US, I sometimes put the stress on the second syllable and say "tiz" for the third syllable of the word "advertisement" while the American people stress on the third and say "taiz" and a lot of people don't understand me. It is still English. How we use it depends on where we come from. As long as it makes sense, then no problems should be arise. Just my opinion.
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AnnieSco Premium
Yea, until recently I was completely unaware that learnt is an English word anywhere. In the US it's just considered very incorrect! It's funny though, our English came from yours but since it's changed so much over the years now some British English is just considered wrong here. Very odd. Especially since that's proper English. I have heard you guys say advertisment as adVERTisment where we say adverTISEment. Hearing you guys say aluminum is my fav though. Lol. You add a whole extra syllable & it sounds so fancy to us! Lol. If you Brits can class up tin foil, you can class up anything! Lol.
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George114 Premium
Thank you Kyle.... Actually this has so far been the biggest challenge for me....
1.The feedback part hasn't been user friendly to me, in the sense that when I make a review or comment on one's website, it never goes...
I don't think am only the one facing the challenge because it's on WA affirmations. But I can say... It's hard for me.. So I've if you can do something to simplify the way one's comment could be just a click away... My humble opinion!, bearing in mind am not computer expert, I beg to be understood
In this case, I try to visit the websites comment requests directly in the discussions below... But the feed back tab from W.A menu has been my challenge...
I
Please anyone who understands what am saying, try to explain or expound on this... Thanks
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AValdez1 Premium
Ok so I've only seen one requesting feedback and I am uncertain if feedback in the same website allows me the credit to request mine. I really have to say that website compared to mine which is still far from finished make me look like I just started yesterday. It's very intimidating. The images, links, affiliate disclosure page, ect. wow
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Duckman4 Premium
This is probably one of the more valuable lessons going forward. New users, like me, don't know what we don't know. This feedback is incredibly important if one wants to evolve their website to one that is increasingly relevant and pleasing to the reader. I am excited to discover any feedback I receive. I will also be adding /offreing feedback to other users regularly. Even though I am not a website designer or computer engineer or marketing expert, I will at least be able to help from a lay person perspective. I hope my insights or observations are useful.
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AJTrimble1 Premium
Ah, yes, David... but the beauty of Wealthy Affiliate is you don't have to be a website designer, computer engineer, or marketing expert.

Between the training program itself, and our absolutely amazing community of fellow entrepreneurs, you can find everything you need. Sometimes it takes a bit of digging and patience, but I have yet to ever come across a question I had that I couldn't get an answer for here somewhere. :-)
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Dresco123 Premium
I just left feedback on two websites both promoting affiliate marketing in similar ways, in reply I got 3 reviews of my own site http://ilightboxstudio.com/ of all the facilities I have used so far in this community I think Feedback is vitally important to you, it does not matter if you are a beginner like me or an online wizard you need an idea of how others view your site, and you are getting it for free so I would say just don't do this task as part of a lesson I would leave feedback as a regular task you need to carry out.

Tommy
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AJTrimble1 Premium
Great advice, Tommy. I think regular feedback is critical to one's success.
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maesita2 Premium
Claro que si, cuando se mira desde otro punto de vista se ve distinto o mas cosas que uno mismo no puede ver, es genial estar en un lugar donde puedes pedir una mirada a tu sitio y tu dar tambien una mirada a otros sitios,
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bradaovski Premium
Um , I didnt really am not sure now weather I had to watch that video and be confused cos i got two screens open one where i can listen in whilst doing the objective , just now im confused. hmm.. awkward momment here I almost feel stoned , Ive been on this new CBD stuff its , I give ita thumbs up, btw good ninch currently I think anyway but then again so is Easter n Chocolate Valetines is abit dead now But iF you were in a car crash head concusion not being able to remember the day .. Like my self when nine 11 happen i was 4 days later i heard it actually happen. And Sorry I didnt sped out the writing.

Kinds Regards
Bradaovski <-- for legal terms can this inflict on using another name?
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LKick Premium
I believe in the training you are asked to get and give feedback on websites to see how your set up is fairing. When you see what others are doing it helps as you set your site up. Others will look at your site and let you know what they like and what you might improve on. Just part of the learning.

You want comments on your writing which will or can be posted on your blog. These comments will help you get out there in the real world.

Good luck with the training. I am finding it to be just what I needed to head toward success in my internet business. Linda
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JAM83 Premium
someone replied to ask for feedback on here, but I do appreciate your reply and your time. thank you so much
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Terand Premium
I have different answers with regards to Site Feedback Platform.
Understand that it is an Internal system within WA, which will help us to improve on our "Site Health".
WIll the "Site Health" affect Google ranking on our website, directly and/or indirectly? A good "Site Health" at WA means a better ranking by Google or no correlation at all?
Just want to clarify and understand further.

Thank you!

Terand :o)
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merlynmac Premium
Google won't see anything regarding Site Feedback. They will see Site Comments but not Feedback. That said, the whole Site Health thing is really just a generalization to give you a snapshot of it's assumed health based on various data points.

Since some of those data points are of interest to Google (Publishing Frequency, Visitor Engagement (Comments), Content Quality & Variety, Your Engagement, Site Trust), There is a correlation between Site Health and ranking in Google.
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AJTrimble1 Premium
I'm pretty sure our Site Health rating is strictly internal. I believe it is a score that WA assigns based on their experience and own algorithm. While I'm sure there may be a correlation with Google -- because both are interested in a site's success -- I don't think there is an actual connection. (I could be wrong, though, so Kyle's probably a better person to answer this.)
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Terand Premium
Apologies for the late reply. Thank you so much for your advice. At least, now I know there’s a correlation. Thank you, Scott! :o)
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Terand Premium
Thank you so much for your advice too, AJ. Apologies for the late reply.
Seems like it can be indirectly related. I believe WA has its reason to have an internal mechanism, helping us to have a good/great website. I’ve gone through the training more than once and did not find out anything. Maybe I didn’t catch it. See if there’s a need to check with Karl.
Once again, thank you, AJ! :o)
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smiley2 Premium
Thank you! I'm having the same issues of no websites being available to leave feedback on. Will we get an email once a website becomes available in sitefeedback, as we do when there is a website available in sitecomments? Would save us a bit of time constantly checking the sitefeeback platform. Thank you!
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merlynmac Premium
I’ll toss one up for feedback now. Hopefully you’ll snag it before someone else does.
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smiley2 Premium
I think I got it. Thank you so much! :)
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merlynmac Premium
You did, I just replied so thank you!
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smiley2 Premium
Thank YOU for submitting your site and giving me the chance to leave feedback on it.
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AmodRanjan Premium
Hi Kyle,
I am sorry to say that while clicking on offer feedback, I am getting message "There are no more sites in need of a review at this time. Please try again in a few minutes." It happened so many times and repeatedly I am clicking but not get the site to offer my feedback.
Thanks
Amod
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PaulBoudreau Premium
This will change and websites will appear for you to offer feedback on.
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AJTrimble1 Premium
This is a common issue. A lot of people are looking to complete this assignment, so when they become available they tend to go fast. Feel free to move on with your training and just check back in now and then. I waited almost a week and then was able to knock two out in a matter of a few hours; it's kind of hit or miss so don't worry too much about it.
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gmozes Premium
I think the idea of requiring feedback credits by giving feedback to others before requesting feedback for yourself is a good one....if the plan works. However, it seems that it does not work all the time. Members who follow the training requirement literally, are stopped in their tracks. So I think it is time to revisit the plan. Here is my suggestion: let members request feedback on their website when they think they are ready; don't require any credits. Then require these members to provide the two (or more) feedbacks at a later time - let say before advancing to lesson 9 or 10 in Level 2. This approach has three advantages: 1. Eliminates the bottleneck.. 2. Gives members a better chance to improve on their website at the time they need it most. 3. More importantly, in the meantime, members learn more about website building, so when the time comes to give feedback to others, these members will certainly be more knowledgeable and better equipped to do so.
George
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DeeMajendie Premium
Yes, agreed. I am very keen to get some feedback on my website to date and the first article I posted, but despite multiple attempts cannot seem to find someone else's to be able to give feedback on to earn a credit. I suppose we could look at each others, but it would probably be more helpful to have someone a bit more experienced to give some feedback?
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Terand Premium
Lol. No need to look at each other. By then Christmas wil be coming. Ha. You can go to the Site Comment to earn credit as per advised by Merylnmac: I also doing that and the credit earned from the Site Comment can be used for the Site Feedback too. Hope this clarify :o)
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DeeMajendie Premium
Thanks for that Terand - much appreciated ! :)
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Terand Premium
My pleasure, Dee :o)
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Terand Premium
Check this out too! Incentive you are done with commenting on other’s website :o)
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Terand Premium
Typo: Once you are done.. apologies 😊
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AJTrimble1 Premium
This might be a silly question, but when I go to the SiteFeedback page it says that there are no sites available to review at this time. Is it okay to just continue on in the training and skip this task for now? I ask because I have made it a point to not move on until I have completed each task in a lesson to make sure I am doing things right. I wasn't sure if bypassing a task was recommended.
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YvetteC2 Premium
Hello and welcome to WA. If there are no sites to provide feedback on, then yes, skip it - for now. Don't let it slow you down from getting through your training. I would suggest making a note of it and then coming back to it later. Great job of getting through your training, though. Keep up the great work. Wishing you all the best.

Kind Regards,
Yvette
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GoldenVoyage Premium
Yeah, I've been trying to do the same not moving on until I've completed each task but SiteFeedback is something you will likely be doing a good bit of because it builds up credits so you can ask for feedback from others which I've found helps a lot. So I wouldn't worry too much about it you will be back there many times.
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TMcKeever Premium
It is so frustrating at the moment that I am trying to earn some pay it forward site comments and there was only 1 site that I could accomplish this with. Now I sit and wait and can not go any further in my training. Ugh!!

I did also try and do comments for credit to earn my 2 credits needed to get feedback on my site and there are no feedback comments available at the moment either. Double Ugh!!

Any suggestions on a way to keep moving forward in my training without these? Are there other ways to get these accomplished that maybe I am not aware of?

Thanks
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merlynmac Premium
That portion of the training is meant to familiarize yourself with the tools available. With the new Site Comments 2.0 it’s harder to provide comments as there are so many more people now looking to offer them. One thing to note, be sure you know the difference between a Site Comment and Site Feedback or you’ll risk having your comment rejected.

You do have the option of buying credits so you can request a comment or feedback but it’s not necessary. Keep refreshing the screen and eventually a request for comment or feedback will show up. I’ll put one in right now. Maybe you can catch it.
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HelenpDoyle Premium
I'm having trouble getting any. By the time I get up (Australia time) all comments are full. It's getting quite frustrating as I have always used this facility and had less trouble with version 1.
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merlynmac Premium
If it’s site Comments you’re looking for you can also try the Give and Take thread:
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possumlane Premium
Just keep moving forward with you training. Not being able to earn credits should not stop you from continuing on with your training.
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HelenpDoyle Premium
I do this too. I find SiteComments helps me keep track of what is commented on. Using the G&T thread I can't remember when I commented so have to trace back to see if who commented left me a link to return a comment.
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Sgunder91 Premium
Same happen to me ugh
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Isabellers Premium
re: requesting SiteFeedback, good thing you mentioned in your video to check that the page preview loads correctly on the right side BEFORE you click 'Submit my request for feedback'. If it doesn't load properly it means the page url was not entered correctly in the request for the reviewer. Since each site feedback request costs 2 offered reviews (2 credits), I will definitely make sure that step is not overlooked : )
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RustyOleRed Premium
I have reviewed one site and earned 1 credit. But when I tried to review the second site, it said there were no other sites that needed reviewing at this time. Is this normal? I can't have mine reviewed until I have 2 credits. How long will I have to wait for another site to review?
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MikeMahaffey Premium
I think that's normal and you just need to keep checking back until another comes up
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AppMarissa77 Premium
Hi Kyle,
Its really awesome platform you have created. I really thank you for your effort to make the system. I have been trying many online platforms last 6 months and found none like this WA. Last month I started with registering premium member and unable to pay the 2nd month. then I came back as soon as i got the money to pay my due, but I couldn't open my account for I did not save the password. I really wanted to start again so instead of re-submitting, I registered as new. Now as I walking through the training again I got new revelations. understanding the system clearly. I am getting better now. its my 2nd week with the 2nd reg.
I really grateful for this platform.
Appan V.Ramanathan
(AppMarissa77)
(My Nick Name is Appan and My late beloved wife's mane was Marissa.)
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Hannah1963 Premium
Not sure if there's a dearth of content or a glitch but I was asked to review the same site twice! This seemed unfair on the persons website as my second feedback just added to feedback 1. I see the most recent message was 23 days ago so maybe this is not as active as it should be which seems a shame. Training good as ever but at present I will struggle to earn feedback credits if only one site to review.
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Jurgen78 Premium
This is something I also noticed with the Site Comments platform. And I believe they need to address this.
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Hannah1963 Premium
Hopefully they will pick up on this soon
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possumlane Premium
Well sometimes people don't want feedback until they have their site operational. Also a lot of people, especially newbies, have not yet realised that where to get feedback on their site. Mostly they contact someone they have been communicating with and ask them to look at the website and make comment and it doesn't appear in the feedback section. Don't worry there will be a lot come through all at once and then nothing for a time.
Hope that helps
Carol
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Hannah1963 Premium
Thanks Carol: just thought that if we are all following the process and with so many newbies like me there would be more sites as we work through stage 2
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possumlane Premium
They seem to come in spurts - sometimes there are so many and at other times there are precious few. I think some of the newbies haven't quite worked out that the function is there for their use. The other thing is the fact that you have to give feedback to earn credits so that you can get feed back on your own website. - I have found that a lot of people come to me direct and I go check out their website from here without going through the feedback system and I suspect that is what is happening at the moment. Not to worry if you need feedback just let me know and I will take a look for you
Carol
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Hannah1963 Premium
Hey Carol that would be great: I'm working through the steps and in level two focusing on content so I know that it's not very engaging yet. Part of me wants to skip ahead, dive into other tutorials and helpful blogs from other WA members to make it more "sexy" and appealing but I guess we will get to that as we progress. Thoughts welcome and once again many thanks Hannah
www.meandmykettlebell.com
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Whatknots Premium
Everywhere I read - Sitefeedback should be a minimum of 100 words. Sitecomment - should be a minimum of 50.
If someone uses 2 credits for sitefeedback, then surely you should be able to get some constructive feedback on your website. I have always made an effort to give constructive and positive feedback with examples and if I can - answers to how they can improve. However when I submitted my first web site for sitefeedback - I felt it was more of a sitecomment than feedback.

Perhaps there is someway to set up feedback so it has to have over 100 words to be classed as sitefeedback rather than just a sitecomment.

Just my thoughts
Paula
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HelenpDoyle Premium
Paula, these are two separate things. I don't know why there is a limit on feedback as that doesn' go in comments to be seen anywhere. It is only suggestions to the site owner.

Site comments go into the post if approved. I have done ones of less than 50 words but only if I say something relevant. Usually I do many more.
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Whatknots Premium
Thanks Helen - I didnt realise that site comments actually went onto the website. I thought that site comments were for the web developer's personal information and was just a place for someone to give a comment on the overall look at the website without going into to much detail. - If someone was to give Sitefeedback then this should be a more indepth feedback. I read the article you provided for me - Thank you
Paula
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AtEssentials Premium
I learned in training, recently, 250 words is minimum used for Site feedback.

-Lakesha
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AtEssentials Premium
I think there should be a limit on how many words because some people will just ramble on. With a limit on words people can stick to the main point of Site feedback. Constructive criticism with no biased opinions.

Just my thoughts,

-Lakesha
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HelenpDoyle Premium
Your are right. Say what you mean succinctly. If it takes 30 words or a 100. Waffling is out.
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PapaDave Premium
Recognizing there are various levels of expertise, as well as motivation, within the WA community, if it occurs that a website review appears to be done capriciously or cavalierly, is there any recourse? Since credits are earned by performing work, if it appears someone did not perform work equally, in fairness, shouldn't there be some form of recourse to challenge a poorly performed review (or do we just wait for the universe to solve it, whatever that means)? Thoughts?
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newmarketpro Premium
You are right to say we all have different level of experience and skills. If you are referring blog posts here in WA, although there posts that are almost similar and may be one post is better than the other, as long as it was created in a unique way, there will be something to learn from it.
I hope I am referring to the same thing.

:)
Joe
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CJCarrera17 Premium
Kyle, my website is at minimal stage at the moment as I was building it based on WA training course guidelines and your presentations. I only have 2 pages - About The Author and Privacy Policy and one post, my initial web content based on RICH keyword. Is it too early to ask for feedback?
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omfang Premium
I don't think is ever too early to ask for feedback, could save you a lot time asking questions before you have to make a lot of corrections.
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possumlane Premium
Kyle I did a feedback on two sites - left comments but when I went to the request site feedback for myself it is telling me that I have to do two site feedbacks which I have done. As I recall this issue arose last time I wanted feedback on my previous website
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jweldon1 Premium
Hello Kyle,
I'am in training for feedback on my site, however I need the check out 2 affiliate sites first, which I can do. But my site is not complete by far, I guess I just wanted to make that a point but Im sure who ever has the honor of commenting on my site will know that. Anyway what do you think?
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Triblu Premium
Hey Joseph,

Having feedback in your very early stages of building your website is an essential step. Changes are much easier to implement at the start than say, 100 posts later... where you might then have to go back over allllll those posts to make important changes.

Hope this eases your hesitation to get feedback now.
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jweldon1 Premium
thanks, that was my conclusion too, only if there is enough content to make that determination I suppose.
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Triblu Premium
Two pages would be plenty to offer you feedback Joseph.
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KleeClay Premium
I just wrote a lovely review on a site and made the mistake of clicking "Follow" on the author's profile before clicking "Submit" on my review. Oops. My review is gone. Why does the information about the author seeking feedback not open in a new tab so the review won't disappear?

No, it's not a huge big deal. Yes, I know now to submit before I go to a different place, but that doesn't fix the loss of my time.
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NanCrites Premium
Thanks! I will jump in to give fedback and when my site is near completion I will ask for feedback.
Thanks Kyle!
I am a fan of the 'sandwich' or 'hamburger' approach to feedback--a compliment or positive, followed by critical feedback, and close with another positive. It is easier to receive, and the feedback can be taken in more easily--for us sensitive types!
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WealthyPilot Premium
Some feedback regarding the training: I had a lot of momentum going into the WA training.... Everything has been going great... But I'll have to be honest: My WA training efforts have stalled for the last 2+ months, because I'm at the lesson where it is asking me to submit my site for feedback... whereas my site is nowhere near ready for feedback yet. (If you follow the lesson plans, step by step, then theoretically speaking, your website wouldn't quite be ready for prime time.) So I got stuck spinning my wheels for the past 2 months, trying to pretty up my website just to make sure that it is "ready for feedback".

But I can't afford to let that be my excuse not to plough forward with the training. I need to pick up the momentum again.
Therefore, I'm going to go ahead and submit my site for feedback today, knowing full well that it is not "fully ready" for it. This way I will be able to proceed with the training modules.

(If anything, now I know how to submit my site for feedback in the future.)
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heatherplude Premium
Good for you! You may hear something that can help you move forward. Keep doing the training!
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cdconverse Premium
That's not the point of the site feedback this early. The idea is to expose you to it and introduce you to looking at what others have done and get some early comments. The early comments are valuable as others may see something early one that we entirely miss. Alss you will be using various forms of this as you continue. It is really a set up where we all help each other. Once you stall it can be hard to get going again. You just have to start up. I have had to do that myself. So, don't even begin to worry about having a semi finished site for feedback, just do it.
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WealthyPilot Premium
Thank you! Exactly what I needed to hear! Thanks for clarifying. I am back in the game, gang!
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Lestrow Premium
I was feeling like you and wondered whether or not to take a step back and try to work on my website but after a bit of advice, I decided it was better to go ahead and see what happens.
Nothing bad happened and I did receive a little encouragement and some ideas.
Even if it's a bit of negative criticism, at least you will be moving forward.
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T48 Premium
I have done the exact same thing. I haven’t got a clue what I am doing but I am being asked to give feedback. Feels counterintuitive at this stage of the training and website building
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Lestrow Premium
I realise the idea of giving and receiving feedback is good but I was given one site to give feedback on and I really had nothing good I could see about it.
I'm no authority, but if asked I always try to give my honest opinions.
I wrote 2 other feedbacks and one seemed great to me and the other had lots of good and some bad points which I mentioned and hope the owner, found of some benefit.
Whilst giving feedback on the site that I couldn't find anything positive to write about, it suddenly disappeared. Don't know if that was coincidence or stragetegically done to avoid any upset.
It's great to praise people for their accomplishments and I don't wish to upset anyone but if asked, I refuse to give false praise.
I'm not saying the site wouldn't be enjoyed by some people but I really couldn't see it and feel I would be doing the person a disservice.
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LeithSteel Premium
Hi Lestrow

Well for me personally honesty is the best policy, people should in no way take offence to what you have to say, thats what this forum is about to get feed back from someone elses perspective, as long as its contructive critisism people should take what you say as added value in helping them. If they dont and theyre being overly sensitive and find what you say offensive, well that's their issue. I would appreciate any type of feedback even if the person told me down right that my website was kuk!

So I really wouldnt stress about it. Makes me want to get you to give me feedback on my website cause at least I know you'll be honest.

Hope this makes you feel better.

Chat soon
Leith
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Lestrow Premium
Hi Leith. Thanks for your reply.
It's just that most of what I read in comments here at W.A. seems to be overly positive. No matter what has been said. Am beginning to wonder if that is expected.
I understand that positive reinforcement can be great but I feel that if I read too much, it means nothing and can start to become more of an insult.
But then I'm an old British man.
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LeithSteel Premium
@Lestrow

LOL! I know exactly what you mean, so much positivity is really unheard of, but I think it's because most people who sign up to this are here to achieve certain goals and hopefully become succesful, We all have similar goals in mind.Also this platform is full off businesman and woman and antrepeuners so I think they tend to see the brighter side to things than most. I would presume that the negitive people would just drop out, or perhaps messages get veted and negitive replies get deleted? Which maybe possible I know that reading something negitive just deters people, we're creatures of habbit we tend to be more effected by the negitive than the positive, Soooo that could be a possability... who knows? All I know is positivity breeds positivity.

But if you ever feel like perhaps there is honesty or sincerity lacking somewhere and its just too nice for your liking, just ask me, I'll be honest and wont sugar coat things. I'm also built that way.

Im an ex Rhodesian its said that we have no filter and lack tact. LOL!
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Bibian2 Premium
Hi Letrow,
A true feedback is a feedback that tells you where you did well and where you fail. People request for feedback to help them to improve.
If a feedback goes on only praise side or bad side that is where honesty comes in.
When it is bad side only you need to make sure you are honestly telling the person that there is nothing good in what he did. If it is only praise side it means you need make sure you are truly telling the person that his work is perfect..
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Lestrow Premium
Totally agree.
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cdconverse Premium
Yeah, that's how it goes sometimes. I have looked at some and decided to chose a different site. You are doing it right though. Honest answers are the only way we can grow.
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ORMartinez Premium
I'm confused on this portion of the training. I can locate the Site Comment page, but when I enter my email address that i typically used for WA, I get message saying I should use a Gravitar(sp) account? What? There was no mention of this in the training video. What did I do wrong?
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onmyownterms Premium
Nothing, Gravatar is a Wordpress account that carries your image (Gravatar) on ll sites you comment on. It's not part of WA.
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HelenpDoyle Premium
Oscar, do you have emails set up for your website/s. (Just asking this because I am having a momentary blank on which email comes up when I comment!) If not get them set up.

You need a gravatar so that your beautiful face shows on your offered comments. This is a means of personalising website content. Here are two links talking about this. The first is Kyle's and the second is Stephhill's. Steph would have done this as she figured out, herself, on how to do this.
If you need further help let me know.
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LeithSteel Premium
Hi Gang

I've just watched the video for the site content feedback, not sure if I'm missing something here but up to this point all i have on my newly created website is the content as discussed in the previous steps. ie all that's their is my Home page with my mission statement and first blog, the privacy policy tab and the About us tab. There are no images or links or anything else? As I haven't learnt to do any of that yet.

Is this correct? Or have I missed something?

Thanks a mil

Hope to hear from you soon

Regards
Leith
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Triblu Premium
Hey Leith,

As long as you are following Kyle's training you will get to the lessons where he teaches you to add links. It takes time, so don't be in too big a rush that you skip lessons.

Hope this helps you.
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Robert-A Premium
Asking for feedback is a great way to get an opinion on whether you are doing things right even if you only have the basics on your site.
Ask for feedback on what people think of you site so far.

You will get there eventually but its always nice to get a wee bit of encouragement.
Robert
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Lestrow Premium
I was wondering about the same thing.
I guess we can just ask for feedback on the content of our first post and get some useful tips.
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LeithSteel Premium
@Lestrow Howdie

I'm a little past that, I actually came back to this video cause I thought I had missed something, but yah it seems that you either need to do another post or create a page, and I just pretty much want a menu just because it going to be the main tab, then the drop down menu is going to be of various products which will each have its own page. I messaged Kyle directly, so as soon as i get an awnser from him I'll let you know, or unless of course we get a response from someone on the network.

Hope your site is coming along, just keep at it,
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AnnaHolburn Premium
Hi folks,

Website Security Warning!

I have managed to give 2 feedback reviews and have submitted a request for feedback. When I was copying my URL into the request for feedback tab I noticed that a warning message came up saying that my connection to my website was not secure and not to put any sensitive information as it was vulnerable to attack. Should I be alarmed or is this normal?
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Robert-A Premium
does your site have the http or https
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JosonInc Premium
The choices of sites to give feedback on is 4 at the max. Wish there was a 'search' feature that will give us a wider range of choices. I feel like giving two feedbacks focused on doggies is not very inspiring for me. So is there a way out of talking about doggies 2 times in a row or no. : )
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dtout Premium
Thank you this training.
I am currently working on the first free site from WA just prior to becoming Premium.
Does the site need to be a one I purchased or can it include our free sites.

The only site that appears in the drop-down is the one I purchased. It is not the one I have been working on throughout my training

Thank you,
Donna
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DynamicDavid Premium
Usually a free membership is upgraded to premium when you go premium, so the first free site you created should still be visible within Site Rubix, under the Site Manager option.

Note that you cannot have an email address attached to the site rubix sub domain.

If you did not delete your first free site and it is not there, time to raise a support ticket with WA.
https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/websites/support
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pinkthistle Premium
well.... this is the scariest part of this entire, overwhelming process. I am not a writer - although I expect that over time I will figure this out and get better with practice. but suddenly I feel like I am in art school again and at the worst part of class.....critique. I hated it then and I have knots in my stomach now. funny, putting it online seemed easy, my picture is not on the website (for many reasons) and I feel more anonymous - but some how it feels terrifying here. ugh! knowing people are going to look at my site to see all I am doing wrong, which I am sure is plenty as I have never done this before, makes me feel nauseous lol. am I the only one who feels this way about it?
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cdconverse Premium
What you are feeling is quite normal so I wouldn't worry too much about it. As for not being a writer let me ask you something. Can you, and do you, have conversations with friends and family? Have you ever told someone about a movie you went to see that you liked? Did you ever get together with friends for a day. If your answer is yes to any of that then I would say you are a writer. The writing process itself is relatively simple, just put it on paper as if you were having a conversation with a friend. Don't stop to think about it either as we often have a tendancy to over think when we write but NOT WHEN WE TALK. Put your pen to the paper and just start writing without knowing where you are going, without worrying about grammar or spelling, without worrying whether or not it even makes sense. Then, once you have something on paper is when you can begin to think. That's when you start to edit what you wrote. BUT THE FIRST PART IS TO START WRITING AND DON'T LET YOURSELF STOP. Does this make sense? If not let me know and I'll see if I can help you some more. Good luck, I know you have it in you!!!
Chris
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pinkthistle Premium
makes perfect sense. glad to know I am not the only one who feels this way. I feel like I am in my first art critique in college - lol - not a fun day. I am sure it will get easier. it certainly helps to realize I am stressing over nothing and I guess I am not the only stress case out there who overthinks (way too much!)
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DynamicDavid Premium
Just remember that Site Feedback is someone's opinion. It is just that, an opinion.

For instance, if you ask for feedback on the use of the colour blue on your website and you ask 4 people for this, chances are quite high that you will get 4 completely different opinions, ranging from "great" to "poor". So you will need to keep in mind, your own opinion as well.

Take whatever is said in Site Feedback with a pinch of salt.
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dtout Premium
Your last sentence is IMPORTANT !
Thank you for the reminder.
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T48 Premium
My sentiments exactly!. My site is a mess because I just don't know how to do tech stuff but as they say, no pain no gain so here we go!!
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pinkthistle Premium
all I know is I am in for a ton of gain LOL....
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T48 Premium
You and me both brother.
We’ll just have to suffer the success!!
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Marloo Premium
Im gonna jump in and say that i have seen feedback and read chats where that is being done kind of regularly. Maybe if ask they will take a look. Part of the training is to go back and make sure you did certain things. This is so much better than trying to do it by myself for 20 years.
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01affilate01 Premium
Just wondering:
Before a website is up and running, does anyone at Wealthy Affiliate give it the once over to make sure that everything from the backend was done the right way?

Not just feedback as to how the website looks but, from the backend in the actual setup of the website.

I ask this only because I'm new to this.
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Yenzeka Premium
I'm new too and honestly I don't think so but, there's a section in the siterubix tab that informs you of the site health so I think you need to follow that because it tells you what you need to lookout for.
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ArianaM2 Premium
Nope but you are going step by step from the training so you will be alright. I was new as well and everything worked out fine. You can ask questions in classrooms or on the live chat and you will get help when you need it. Good luck!
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heatherplude Premium
I am confused why anyone would use the "Site Feedback" link where you are forced to give 2 reviews to get one when they can go over to this post and put up their site and not (necassarily)give back? I know it is suggested to give reviews there too - but I don't see it happening

Also - I gave 4 long reviews - with a lot of detail.

I received one of my 67 word review (I requested 2 -still hoping the second one will be more detailed!)
I thought I had seen or heard in the guidelines to leave no fewer than 250 words - why is there not a stop on that page - when someone submits feedback that is not long enough (in words) it should not give them a credit or take credit away from someone who took the time to leave a detailed review.
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DynamicDavid Premium
The Site Feedback option means that you will get at least 1 feedback for your 2 feedbacks. The other thread, where you put up your domain name, and then 'hoped' to get feedback does not 'always work'. You get zero, one or more feedbacks.

Also you are assuming that the longer the feedback, that the more useful it is. This is not always the case. Different people see different things, and provide different feedback which is the nature of it. Some people will say "love your feature x" and others will say "hate your feature x".... so which is "more correct?"... That is then your call.

If I said "I think you are missing a clear CTA in your post" that could be something really useful to you. As you may know, a clear CTA is a call to action and is usually at the bottom of a post, inviting the reader to do something that you want them to do in return for something else. In my opinion, no post should be without a clear CTA (apart from the "legal posts").
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MaryCameron Premium
perhaps the content was such that they couldn't find 250 words for. I did a feedback review of a site recently, the content was of a high standard that there was little I could add to improve it. I didn't make the 250 words either. I managed to scrape up to 140
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KMrwashu1 Premium
Hi Everyone, kindly assist I created a new .com website but used a new/different name the one I had initially under siterubix, now I'm sooo confused that my new website is different to my content. I had thenaturalbeautyfix.siterubix and now bought a .com and named it cocobeautyfix...now the trick is I had to transfer the content on thenaturalbeautyfix to cocobeautyfix...so at the moment I have www.cocobeautyfix.com am not sure where to work from now?
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rusik77 Premium
Hi! Thee is no problems with the domain. You should transfer your website from siterubix to cocobeautyfix.com. Go to SiteManager, push the move button, then push To An Existing Domain. From the list choose your domain cocobeautyfix.com and push I'm ready move my site. That's it. Your website will be on your domain. It doesn't matter domain name. Feel free to ask me any further questions if you have any
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KMrwashu1 Premium
Thank you so much, will do it thanks
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jared247 Premium
You can work from your new website and delete the siterubix one. You can change the titles on your new site to match the domain name if you want.
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KMrwashu1 Premium
Awesome, will definately do that. Thanks a mil.
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cajunbayou59 Premium
I have yet to give feedback and get feedback, but I understand the reasoning for this early feedback even though we don't have a complete website. Feedback now will guide us on to the next steps of building our website and possibly put us in a new or better direction with our site that we weren't aware of. So we should welcome the feedback so we can build that #1 ranking website. I wish the best to everyone.
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Trujunco Premium
Help me understand: In giving feedback and accumulating credits I am not obligated to ask for feedback on my website until such time as I request it, right? This would be important to me because I know that though helpful I would not consider my site ready for review and might feel pressure to have push that process. Awkward..!
That said, I would like to use this feature because it is an opportunity for me to learn about site construction in a visual way...themes and they flow in the user experience
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ArianaM2 Premium
Yes, you just collect credits until you decide to use them to get feedback. That way you can decide how many people you want giving feedback on each page when you decide.
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DynamicDavid Premium
You are not obligated to ask for feedback until you formally request it in site feedback.

It is all part of the learning and doing experience. Do what you consider good, and have the site ready for site feedback. Bear in mind that other people may see other things that you would not consider, so having that feedback in an 'early stage' can direct what direction you go in.
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Kittitian Premium
I don't feel my site is ready for feedback yet either, but I requested anyway as I really think some form of feedback helps at any stage. I simply requested the feedback on my content, not on design.
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edwardk12 Premium
I finally reached a point in the training that I have been trying to resolve on my own.
My site is so jumbled(incohrent) that I am not sure the person giving feed-back would know
where to start. I know where I'm going. Where I am now is a mystery. I think I will backtrack at
this point and try to fix a few things and then come back and request that feedback. Seem like
I am in the same boat as ELaNere1, who joined the discussion 2 days ago. All of the above was meant to be a positive comment on this lesson. Most beneficial.
There: I have earned my 2 points. I'll make my request shortly
Ed
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AlexanderSk1 Premium
How do I give feedbacks? Where? I wants to help if I'm qualified, if not, no worries. I just wants to know how well my site would get visitors and see if I'm getting any click through on my link, and see if commissions would comes through. If not, then I'll delete everything and not bother any more. All I wants to know is, am I getting commissions or not? That's all I built this damned site for.
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TCUK Premium
From the blue button (left menu) click on
SiteRubix -> SIte Feedback

Commissions? If you refer to WA commissions, click on the menu (left menu)
$ WA Affiliate Program and you will get to a page where you can click on different types of stats for your affiliate work
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AlexanderSk1 Premium
Not WA commissions. My LocTote Affiliate commissions. I been promoting LocTote Flak Sacks, it was good earning bucks, but lately, since three-four months back, no commissions, don't understand why. Owner tried to fix it, nothing. My link works, test shows I got email telling me I got sale, money came through, works fine. But nothing for months. Can't figure out why, unless people are deliberately deleting my link once they get to Loctote site, cutting me out of my commissions. I think that's what they did. It means I wasted all this time working for nothing. It makes me angry, thinking about this.

I'm sick of this too. All work no pay, ready to throw it in.

This WA site was my last chance to see if my website would promotes and actually get sales through my Locote affiliate links, without facebook blocking my links on my pages.

I dont' know how long the my flaksack.com website is actually up, but I sees I got 34 clicks through my goo/gl shortener link, surely there must have some sales? No emails letting me know I got conversions, commissions, nothing. I'm tired of trying to figure out why nothing works.

I'll wait one more week, end of this week, if nothing comes through, then I'm deleitng everything and just going back to my painting and ebooks. More and more I feel like I don't care any more.

I unplublished my facebook pages, not promoting there any more. Just here. I'm tired of marketing for nothing.
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AlexanderSk1 Premium
What's this "WA AFfiliate Program? Okay, I'll have a look at that.
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TCUK Premium
that is to promote Wealthy Affiliate membership
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edwardk12 Premium
Patience, my good man !!
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ELaNere1 Premium
About not receiving commissions.....I will say this but I'm not sure what I'm saying is accurate.

It seems like I read that there is a way that hackers (or someone) can intercept your commissions and take the commissions for themselves. I don't quite remember how it can happen, but maybe that's what has happened to your commissions.

Does anyone know if that is possible?
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Misprov31 Premium
This is an amazing feature here to be able to share and receive feedback! The 2 for 1 credit is awesome as well! Very clever and community orient driven! We need each other to succeed! I have a tendency to do everything on my own and am just wired that way so this will be great for me to stop and ask for opinions aka help! Kinda blown away by this setup!
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JMcQueen1 Premium
Hi Everyone! I love the idea of giving and getting feedback as I start to build my site! However, do you recommend we finish the training before we post our website? I just published my first article but my website has not been updated with visuals or really personalized in any way yet because I have not gotten to that part of the training yet. I am curious if I should wait to post until I get a little further along or ask for feedback on my article now before adding the visuals?
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Jae28 Premium
In my case, I waited till I had more content and products before I requested feedback and the reason was that I wanted to gain more knowledge to give a better feedback to other members and also, I would get feedback on more than just one thing on my site.
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Jojofarr Premium
I think giving and receiving feedback are beneficial and also learning tools for both parties in many ways. The only real consternation I am having is that at this point in the training process, those of us at this point have a home page, privacy page and first template page of information, no images, no affiliate links. It seems there is not much to review except to say, you don't have anything in your page. I think the only thing to be reviewed is the direction in the first page. That's obviously something I or anyone else has probably been mulling on a LOT. So I suppose another opinion can't hurt, but I think this exercise or introduction would be best served later. That is just my observation. Jolynn
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Jojofarr Premium
I'm game for the plan though. I'm doing it. Lol, just wondering what is going to be said. I'm ready for it.
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Jojofarr Premium
I'm game for the plan though. I'm doing it. Lol, just wondering what is going to be said. I'm ready for it.
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Jojofarr Premium
I'm game for the plan though. I'm doing it. Lol, just wondering what is going to be said. I'm ready for it.
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Jojofarr Premium
I'm game for the plan though. I'm doing it. Lol, just wondering what is going to be said. I'm ready for it.
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Steven-A Premium
The training has been GREAT! But, after going through the SiteFeedback video, following the directcions, I went through the process to give feeback on another member's website. I spent over an hour going through a what is a very comprehensive website with many pages. I wrote a thoughtful review. Then, I find I need a Gravatar email address to post the review.
Trying to complete the Gravatr setup, I lost my review and, of course, the SiteFeedBack randomizer gave me a different website to review.
It would have been helpful to see the Gravatar setup video and completed that component before spending time looking at a big website and writing a review. I am frustrated becuase I lost over two hours on this and it could have been avoided.
Not upset as the training has been going well, just frustrated.
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19maw61 Premium
I'm happy to hear I'm not the only one who lost information and yes, it was frustrating.
Now, I just learned from you to watch the gravatar video first..

Thanks,
Michael
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CarolMeador Premium
I just finished my first review of someone else's website page. I have editing experience, and it is second nature to me to offer editorial comments and suggestions for making the content easier to read and understand. That was my job.

After I finished my reivew, I noticed other reviews that I hadn't seen before. They were much shorter and less detailed. I am wondering if what I wrote was OK. Did I go overboard and do more than was desired? The last thing I want to do is insult anyone or upset them by offering editorial comments if that is not what is expected or wanted here.

Is my perfectionism causing me to do more than is expected or desired and putting people off?

Your comments, please!
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HarveyBrown Premium
If your comments were accepted by Site comments then you did okay, they were original. The owner of the website is now notified and they have the option of accepting or not your comments, before they are published.
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CarolMeador Premium
Thanks, Harvey. Didn't know about that. It was probably mentioned on the video, but it was late when I watched it, and I probably didn't remember it.
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CarolMeador Premium
Thanks, Harvey. Just want to provide the kind of feedback they're needing, that's all. Appreciate your input. Haven't heard anything back, so guess it was OK. Carol
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CynthiaCrump Premium
I could really use some feedback on my post however I realize there is a lot I would like to edit, add, and change location of one paragraph that needs to be the first one. I need some help on how to replace the edit to replace the original, the simple tech buttons to hit. Wow that sounds so pathetic!
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HarveyBrown Premium
I am not sure I follow you Cynthia. Are you trying to edit a post already published or on that is in draft for? Also are you working on a computer, laptop or mobile unit? To change a paragraph on a computer or laptop you need to block out the paragraph by holding down the shift key and moving the cursor with an arrow key. Once you have the paragraph blocked out then right click and you should get a pop up that has copy, cut and a few others as a tabs. Click on cut. Then place the cursor where you want to insert the paragraph and Right click again and another pop up should appear with paste as a tab, click on that.
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CynthiaCrump Premium
Thank you for replying unfortunately I accidently pushed the publish key instead of save, also after you mentioned it I probably have to be on a computer/ laptop I understand about cut n paste unfortunately again I'm using my mobile phone. I'll have to go to a real computer! Right?
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HarveyBrown Premium
Hello Cynthia, you can still edit the post and update it. I use an iPad and have had to learn how to cut and paste on it but have not tried it on a smartphone. I am sure there is a way, but I have not tried it. A desk computer or laptop would be easier.
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CarolMeador Premium
Hi, Harvey. Thought you might like to know the outcome of my stewing about the site review I did. Received a response from the author, who was very happy to receive the proofreading comments. Whew! Next time I'll know to look for the type of review they're looking for, but glad my editing efforts were appreciated, and not offensive to him. Carol
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CarolMeador Premium
Hi, Cynthia. I'm not sure what it is you're looking for, but I would be happy to take a look at your site and do a proofreading/edit for you if you would like me to. Carol
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HarveyBrown Premium
Nicely done Carol, all is well that ends well.
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CynthiaCrump Premium
Il really appreciate that! I'm more concerned about the whole entire site from the beginning I'm just now realizing and understanding how this works I have a lot of content and subject matter I'd like to cover however the beginning I was lost and I'm not sure how to go back and edit what has already been published I really need to do it over from the beginning, can I do that? Or
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CarolMeador Premium
I am still fairly new, and there are others who can probably give you a better answer. I know what you mean about being lost at first. It took me forever to type my first post because I was used to Microsoft Word instead of Wordpress, and some things are different. It kept changing the size of my type without my permission!

I have some editing I need to do on my published site as well. I had difficulty making my menu go where I wanted it to, and I still have work to do on that.

I believe you can edit your published material by clicking on the SiteRubix button, then the Site Content button. On that page you will see a large green button on the upper right corner of your page that says"Published Edit Here". Click on that, and it will take you to your page to edit.

Hope this helps, Cynthia.

Carol
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CynthiaCrump Premium
So am I right about mobile phones can only let you go so far until you need a computer?
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CynthiaCrump Premium
Thank you for your input, I'm not used to typing on the phone now I can text that's a whole different story!
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HarveyBrown Premium
I think those of us who are “Baby Boomers,” or the next genration, are over blown by the speed that technology is moving and intergrating. I still remember using a manual typewriter. Now I am trying to type on my mobile telephone. Incredible but very interesting. It takes time but I am sure in a few years you will look back and wonder what all the fuss was about.
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CynthiaCrump Premium
Your right, I'm surprised by all the things that a phone can do and still trying to catch up. I want my desktop or typewriter back. Lol I know I will appear really old when I say I" remember when ..." We had one phone in the kitchen and it was rotary style! Lol
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HarveyBrown Premium
Exactly
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Alldone Premium
My website is pitiful at best but part of the reason is because I suck at writing and because its a bit of a dummie run for the websites moving forward. I for one would actually appreciate feedback from an exspert
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CarolMeador Premium
I'm not sure what you're looking for here, Kevin. My editing experience was for Ken Blanchard's workbooks based on his books. I can help you with your English grammar, spelling, and possibly some wordsmithing, but I don't know enough about websites to know what to tell you to edit or improve. I'm too new for that. Suggest you post your request for help to the community. There are a lot of people in it that have published very good websites that are making money who can help you a lot more than I could.

On your profile page, scroll down underneath the pics of your network, the people you are following. You will see a button labeled "New Posts". Click on that, and it'll take you to a screen where you can ask your question to the whole community. Good luck. Carol
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MRoldan Premium
The truth is that I'm lost here. I know I can offer to review a website and give my opinion but I wonder the following:
I must analyze only one page of the site, one post or should I analyze all the pages and posts of the site ?. There is some analysis guide where you can visualize step by step the revision of the page.
What are the most relevant points to make this analysis?
Since I am a novice on this subject, I am not clear about what I should review and analyze.
Can someone guide me in this please?
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Alldone Premium
My website sucks and I'm in the same boat as you to some extent. I reckon if you were giving feedback on my website anything constructive would be good.
I'm going to pick one thing either good or bad and review that. I don't think we have to follow any particular format.
I really just want to move forward in the training.
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RaymondGayle Premium
So I'm just about to ask for feedback on my site as the next step on the way, however, it seems a little strange as I've only written one post and have no images on it as yet, so is this still something I need to do at this stage, any help or advice would be appreciated.
Thanks
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Sheilabcole Premium
I find this extremely helpful, as we are among friends here! I made a boo boo by jumping ahead and offering feedback so I could gain. BIG mistake. But, I learned and that is what we are all doing.

I want to thank everyone on here for such a warm and inviting process. This site is well thought out and stands above the rest.
I also thank God to giving me the direction to follow.

To All of our endeavors,
Sheila Cole
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