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Well, the main thing that you must keep in mind is the award that you applied for is not like any other awards you have applied for before. The “Webmaster Award” is very prestigious and we take great pride in protecting the prestige of the award. Remember, IT IS NOT EASY TO WIN. This is what makes it different from many of the other awards out there. We carefully review each and every site. We are only able to hand out 2% of the submission that we receive. That means if we receive 400 submissions in a day, only 8 awards are handed out that day! That means we turned down 392 potential winning sites. So it doesn’t mean your site wasn’t good, it just means that we feel it wasn’t in the top 2% of the sites that we reviewed in that given day.
Many have sent us e-mails wondering what is “wrong” with their site and what they could do to make it better. Well, after reviewing 100,000+ sites, we have some suggestions to creating a better site. Here are a few guidelines you can ask yourself…
(Please keep in mind that these are just guidelines or suggestions to help to make your site better and more effective).
Does my website have a purpose?
Many of the websites we review really don’t have any real purpose. All really great sites have a purpose and around that purpose comes unique and useful content. For example, if you have a site about Michael Jordan, ask yourself why a visitor would want to come to your site over the 1000’s of other sites out there about Michael Jordan. Do have something unique to offer your visitors?
Should I display a banner?
Although the theory of banner exchange programs are a good one, ask yourself how productive your banner ads really are. We have seen several sites that drown their pages with banner ads only to confuse the visitor and destroy the look and theme of the page. A banners purpose is to get the visitors attention and get them to click away from your site and onto theirs, so banners can also be very counterproductive. If you want to participate in a banner exchange program, limit it to just one. Then focus on getting your site noticed in other ways like submitting to search engines, adding keywords, even creating mini press releases to online magazines that have to do with the theme of your site.
Know the limitations of your visitors.
Don’t build your site, then expect your visitors to have to download the fonts that YOU use, adjust their browsers to the height and width that YOU use, adjust their screen resolutions to what YOU use, etc. Your site is out there for them, not for YOU. If it was for you, it would be on your hard drive, not the web. With this in mind, understand that not everybody has the same monitor size and resolution, not everyone has Windows 95 and not everyone uses the same browsers. Always build your site for the lowest common denominator and always make your pages viewable for both Netscape and Internet Explorer.
Is my website easy on the eyes?
Make sure your site uses complimentary colors. Bright, contrasting colors are hard to read will often times drive the viewer away before they really read anything on your site. If you have a white background, use a darker color for your text, if your background is dark, use a lighter color.
Should I use frames?
If you ask your visitors to choose, then get rid of your frames page. Only use frames if your site needs them. If it does, great you don’t need to ask. If you don’t know if your site needs them or not, it probably doesn’t. Not to put anything against using frames, just ask yourself why your using them. Are they serving a specific purpose?
Do my graphics match?
Make sure the graphics on your pages have something to do with the theme of that page or at least the overall theme of the site. Often times we see icons and graphics that might be cool, but have nothing to do with what the page is about. Also, keep in mind the size of your graphics make your pages and graphics small enough so that a typical 28.8 modem surfer could view your entire page, graphics and all, with a minimal wait.