Is my website following the right path?
May 2, 2013 2:21am CST
I'm currently building a website: Relax, it's not a referral link or whatsoever. This is a "testing site". If the internet users show positive interests and responses on my site then I'll get more serious by hiring designers and more teachers, make this business legal etc. My site is still not complete with useful resources yet. What I hope you guys to help is to review my website and see whether my website is going on the right path, as well as to give advice to me regarding how to gain more traffic, how to improve my website's design etc. P.S.: Well... Seemingly myLot doesn't pay anymore and many people are getting crazy, but I still love myLot as I can share my views with the others!
• Cambridge, England
2 May 13
It looks to be the beginnings of an interesting and useful website. As it grows, however, it may become unmanageable. You should look into a way of indexing the topics in some way so that it is 'searchable'. Imagine that someone wants to find information on how to use 'at', 'on' and 'in'. At the moment, it is quite easy (because there are only four topics listed) but, as you add more topics, it will become harder and harder to find exactly the information you want. I have left a couple of comments on the 'Joke of the Day' section. I found that there was no place to leave questions which I would like to see answered and, more importantly, no way of leaving comments on the topics under "EN Q & A". I only explored the section briefly but your information about the difference between 'who' and 'whom', for example, is misleading and incorrect - the two are NOT interchangeable, as you suggest, and only the first sentence is correct. Specifially, 'whom' is the accusative case of 'who' and is used when it is the object of the verb.
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2 May 13
Thank you giving such a detailed answer! I have to upgrade my Weebly membership to make the website 'searchable' and I've corrected the grammatical errors in the 'Joke of the Day' section. However, I disagree with your comment about the difference between 'who' and 'whom'. 'Who' and 'whom' are correctly interchangeable in few cases (e.g. in: "The person who/m I see"; or generally: in every sentence in which the "who/m" - both doesn't follow a preposition and is followed by a noun/pronoun), still those (few) cases - of correct interchangement between "who" and "whom" - exist in the formal style only. Source: Above all, thank you for your critiques!
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