What To Do After You’ve Gotten A Website Critique

What To Do After You’ve Gotten A Website Critique

So, you’ve received a website critique.

You must be wondering, now what? What is the next step? What the heck do I do with the information?

Don’t worry about a thing; we are here to guide you through the process.

After you receive a critique, it’s essential to take some time to process the feedback. Try to be objective, look at your site through the lens of your ideal customer, and answer yourself:

  1. What do they see that you don’t?
  2. Are there valid points in their critique?

Once you’ve taken some time to consider the feedback, you can start making changes to your site.


We have created a list of 5 easy steps to guide you after you’ve gotten a website critique:

1. Use the recommendations as an unbiased view of your marketing

We know that creating a website takes time, energy, resources, and money. It’s something you are extremely proud of and a major accomplishment just to have the website up. However, the first version will never be the last version. Think of your website as an evolution. Just as you grew up and changed from elementary school to high school, your website will need to grow and change. If you have the same site from five years ago without any changes or additions, you probably are in need of this unbiased feedback to prioritize your marketing activities.

2. Review and prioritize 

Review the critique and prioritize the list of the changes to make to your website. This could be anything from minor tweaks to major overhauls.

3. Plan how and when

Plan how and when you will make these changes. Start with the most manageable changes that will create the biggest impact and work your way up.

4. Put the plan into action!

It’s best to take things one step at a time, so don’t try to do everything all at once.

5. Track results

Finally, don’t forget to track results.

On the other hand, if you disagree with some of the points made in the critique, that’s okay! You don’t have to make every change that’s suggested.

Take the comments you feel will improve your site and run with them. Remember, it’s your website, and you should always make decisions you’re comfortable with.

Now, it’s time to put this information to good use. Make sure to go through each critique point and address it accordingly. If there are things you don’t understand, be sure to ask for clarification.

And finally, don’t forget to thank your reviewer! A website critique is a valuable resource, and it’s important to show appreciation for the time and effort that went into providing it.


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