29 Oct '11, 10pm

A Framework for Site Reviews (with Examples)

I love the holistic approach, and the ideas are well presented - I will definitely be coming back to this and making use of this framework. It may be because I work with retail sites, but I find that I have to relate any feedback or suggestions I give to the bottom line if I want to get my point across to the people holding the purse strings. To utilise this approach when presenting to my clients I would have to first show them how the different issues can impact on profit, then address those issues with respect to the client's website, then justify any suggestions I make in terms of likely increase in profit - essentially I would have to make this the filling in a money sandwich. I think this framework is great as it stands for presenting to people who already get how internet marketing works, but there are decision makers I have dealt with who just wouldn't get the point...

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