Struggling to grow your brand, but need some help to figure out what to do next? I’m here to help.
Step 1: Fill out the form below
Let me know how you intend to pay, and what you want me to focus on during my critique. Try to be as specific as possible to get the most for your purchase.
Step 2: Pay for your critique
Send a screenshot of your Amazon receipt to my email (firstname.lastname@example.org). You will receive a confirmation email from me.
What do you look at during a critique?
With critiques I look at ways to utilize design and branding to increase conversion. I define conversion as:
- Increasing newsletter signups
- Getting more link clicks from social
- Getting more traffic from search engines
- Receiving leads, and inquiries
- Increasing service sign ups
- Selling more products
- Receiving more affiliate, and advertising, link clicks
- Receiving more blog comments
Some questions you might be asking
When is the best time to get a critique?
If you’ve DIY designed your website, you should get a website critique after your design your site to make sure you aren’t missing anything, from a design and monetization standpoint.
If you’re about to hire a designer, you should get a critique before you reach out to a designer so you know what they need to focus on during the project.
How will I receive my critique?
Your critique will be emailed to you within 3-5 business days in PDF format.
How long will it take?
Critiques normally take 3-5 business days. (holidays and weekends not included)
Can I pay another way?
What's the catch?
There is no catch. I understand that during the holiday season money may be tight. By bartering you can secure an audit for a bit less than paying the fee.
If you decide you want to use my Amazon list to pay, all you need to do is purchase at least 1 item from the list. I’ve tried to pick out things to fit a range of budgets.
I have the list set so it ships to my home in Alabama automatically. You’ll just be responsible for the item purchase and shipping.