Risky Business In The Health Risk Food Site Review

health risk food site reviewOkay, to be honest, when I got to your site, I thought it was not done.

It’s sites like this, that scare visitors away, for real.

This site still needs a lot of work.

I’m not going to be able to dive deep on this review since it’s still bare.

But either way, let’s begin:

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The Health Risk Food Site Review

Now, first of all, I didn’t see much of a design here. The grey background doesn’t really inspire me to want to know more about this site. I think you need to really do a lot of work on this site.

(i) Your Site Title is AWOL.

I won’t sugarcoat this.

Not having a Site Title is a HUGE mistake, for a number of reasons.

One, when we type in your URL and it brings us to your site, there’s no way for us to know we’re at the right place.

And thus the confusion begins…

Then we look up in your tab in my browser and see this: “Health Risk Assessment, Appraisal, Management on Food Recipe”

What does that mean?

I don’t understand what you want to talk about specifically here, and I work in the Health Sector.

I feel you still need to figure out who your target audience is first, and then figure out what value you’ll provide to them.

(ii) There is no tagline here or a primary navigation menu

How are we supposed to figure out what this site is about??


(iii) Your Right Side Bar is also confusing

I have to stop here.


You know what, it’s obvious that this site is not yet ready. Please, read up this post, make the changes and then repost it for a review.

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Thank You.

Author: Tomi Joshua

Tomi is a case.

A bit brash, at first blush. But ultimately, he means well. There are very few things he won’t say or do in the presence of tolerant company (especially when it could make for a good story later).

Tomi is a Doctor, writer, certified inbound marketer (Shout Out to HubSpot), Digital Hustler, and online business addict.

He is most likely to be found dancing to the beat of his own drum, even in accapella.

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