Northwoods State of Mind, Inc.
Nice and warming site! It exudes the touch
I surfed the with ease. I did get confused by the
letters on the bottom and the tool bar/menu. Wanted
to know the difference. I perferred the menu.
When I clicked on the picture I thought the hyperlink
went to seperate departments as it deplays on the pic.
I like your story on the about page. I would have loved
to have seen a photo of the two who became frustrated.
I believe it would make the visit personalized.
On your resource page, the font type is much smaller than
the other pages. Also, I see that you have your affiliate
links on there as well. Do you want to give your visitors
a reason to leave? As well, you always have your links
open to a seperate page. Think about it! If they`d stumbled
across your site on Google, then click on one of your
links, they are gone. They have forgotten about you.
Should you have to have links on your site going somewhere
else, have them open in a new window.
One last thing, on your home page, offer something where
you can capture visitors email addresses so that you can
touch them weekly. Start a ezine with tips. Something!
I hope you find some value in what I`ve shared. I`ve
been studying and still studying the art of building a
Continue to make this an Awesome day!
Won`t Be Denied!
When I first opened the site, I felt the warm, rustic feeling you wanted to come across.
That doesn`t surprise me! The site feels very Minnesota, northwoods, that whole thing. Which is good. Great job conveying the northwoods sort of brand feeling. I have a very cabin-like home in Excelsior on a heavily wooded lot ... on a lake ... could I get more Minnesotan?