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    • 3 posts
    June 17, 2014 10:05 AM EDT
    I am looking for your honest opinion on design, content and readability - whatever comes to mind. I build this site to be easy to read and navigate around, so I hope this is how it looks to you.

    The site is about flea bites and flea treatment in general - take a look at and let me know what you think. Any and all criticism is welcome.

    • 97 posts
    June 23, 2014 4:14 AM EDT
    The poll what you would prefer to be biten by seems strange. Don't be funny when it's not necessary ;)
    • 3 posts
    June 23, 2014 4:50 AM EDT
    Thanks for your reply, I appreciate it.
    It was not meant to be funny, but I can see how it may look that way. I will find another way to rephrase the poll question. Thanks!
    • 9 posts
    June 24, 2014 3:53 PM EDT
    Hey, I just took a quick look around. I think the design and general layout look good. But I've got a few points. Please note that this is not legal advice, I am not your attorney, and if you should have a real legal question, you should consult with a local attorney. Ok, let’s begin:

    --On the home page under the heading "Flea bites on humans" is just empty space. Looks like maybe the bite picture should be there instead.

    --The super indent empty space seems to happen at the beginning of the blog posts as well.

    -- At the very beginning you have 4 things listed that your site will teach people. Make each one of those a link to that section.

    --Your privacy policy should include more info, like how people can opt out or change information, when the policy begins (your effective date), and how users will be notified when you change the policy (for more on privacy policies:

    --You may also want to consider including terms of service to protect yourself from liability

    --If you are earning affiliate money for your product endorsements, be sure to disclose that fact (for more on disclosures:

    Probably more than you wanted to hear, but I hope that helps a bit.