SITE REVIEW: bilingual site (JiansNet.com)

  • briteguy1227
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I have an English/Chinese bilingual website (JiansNet.com). The site has been around for couple of years. It used to be that the Chinese and English content are mingled together under the same categories.

I just separated them so moved the Chinese content to the Chinese sections. It seems to me this makes the site more readable for English audience.

Now I feel the site is more user friendly in terms of navigation and handling bilingual content. Would like to know if it is the case?

Also, any suggestions welcome for the content or site structure.

Thanks in advance.

http://www.JiansNet.com
  • Anonymous
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Post 3+ Months Ago

  • waelmanz
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hi,
I am sorry to say that the appearance of the site is boring. All the pages have the same colors, the same design and the same appearance.
  • freemegabytes
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Post 3+ Months Ago

you website loads very fast as you don have many images. it will look more cool if you add some images
  • Longclark
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Post 12 days ago

Thanks for creating the most wonderful and useful website for the Job searchers in America and also it will be very attractive if you add some images related to your website niche which will be very helpful to increase the traffic to your website.

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