SITE REVIEW: Themore.info

  • Lost^Angel
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I need your review about my site

link is : http://www.Themore.info



Thank You
  • VeX92
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I think you need a back ground.
  • dotancohen
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Google for Tinyurl. Their service is similar, yet very popular. Actually, I'd say that your site has even copied some of their wording. And their code, as neither Tinyurl nor your site even bother to have a Doctype.
  • eastxs
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Quote:
I think you need a back ground.


Logo is more important in my point of view.




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Website Design
  • righteous_trespasser
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Well now ... 8 W3C Validation errors ... you can click here to see them ...

Well what can I say this is a very very simple website, to me there's too little going on, really, I wouldn't stay for 2 minutes ... maybe not even 1 ...

Maybe you can change that sample of a long url to something a bit more relevant like http://www.this-is-an-example-of-a-very-long-url.com which would be more relvant.

the google ads really bother me ... I don't like their placement at all ... they feel in the way ... I mean the ads are right where I feel your header is supposed to be ... (which is non-existent) ...
  • Lost^Angel
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hello Guys.

Thank you very much for feedback.
  • spork
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I pulled up your side along side TinyURL.com, and it is nothing less than obvious that you blatantly lifted content from their site. Entire paragraphs on your site are literally identical, word for word.

Here is a link I created using your "service."
  • cipher
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Post 3+ Months Ago

You should consider putting the result of the short url on something recognizable, like a different color background with rounded corners, for example. I created http://www.themore.info/51 and i couldn't find the link not realizing it was right there. Maybe I just don't know how to use a website :).
  • nikkyn
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Post 3+ Months Ago

You should fill a background color and create a logo.
  • Hugin
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Very original dude. Hope you get sued (I just sent an e-mail to TinyURL with a screen shot of your site).
  • Lost^Angel
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I'm not good enough in Design,

anyone know what is good tools for create professional banner ? please let me know.

Thanks
  • cinema88
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Post 3+ Months Ago

hi .. :D

i think that your site is simple .. you have a little content ..
use some picture ..

good luck! :D
  • cjxxi
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Post 3+ Months Ago

eastxs wrote:
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I think you need a back ground.


Logo is more important in my point of view.

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Yes that is right. i think it needs a cool logo to make the service image good and truthworthy.
the simple design its ok. but it needs a stylesheet to engage with the logo. its ok if it is simple.. as long it looks professional.
  • zerogcameron
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Honestly, I'm not going to complain about copyright infringement, etc. Because, competition is competition. But, you definitely shouldn't use the same content (I'm going off what everyone else said). Also, if you want to compete with a major service like TinyURL (which is very popular), you have to have some sort of advantage over them.

Luckily for you, their web site sucks. So, you can easily make a better looking one, and gain the upper-hand. Also, buy a real domain, nobody likes to go to .info sites, it looks unprofessional.
  • demonmaestro
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Post 3+ Months Ago

zerogcameron wrote:
Honestly, I'm not going to complain about copyright infringement, etc. Because, competition is competition. But, you definitely shouldn't use the same content (I'm going off what everyone else said). Also, if you want to compete with a major service like TinyURL (which is very popular), you have to have some sort of advantage over them.

Luckily for you, their web site sucks. So, you can easily make a better looking one, and gain the upper-hand. Also, buy a real domain, nobody likes to go to .info sites, it looks unprofessional.


:bash2: LOL

That is the truth
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Honestly i think you need to ge a life (lol i am kidding)

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