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From time to time, I’m approached by people who suggest that I contact someone with a particularly horrible site, and offer my web design services. So, as a public service, I’ve come up with a resource to help you confront your friends, and family, about their eye-peeling sites. Whatever your personality, you’ll find one tailored to fit you! Presented in no particular order:

  1. The Anonymous Friend Approach

    "I had a friend who thought your web design was horrible. Me personally? Oh, I didn’t think it was that bad, just needs a little oil on the hinges if ya know what I mean.”

  2. The Apologetic Approach

    “I hope you don’t take this the wrong way, I mean I don’t want to hurt your feelings. Not that you’re overly sensitive or anything! I just thought you might want to consider making some minor changes, not that you have to, if they’re not to difficult...”Roblox HackBigo Live Beans HackYUGIOH DUEL LINKS HACKPokemon Duel HackRoblox HackPixel Gun 3d HackGrowtopia HackClash Royale Hackmy cafe recipes stories hackMobile Legends HackMobile Strike Hack

  3. The Brutal Approach

    “Your site looks so bad a kitten dies somewhere in the world every time it’s pulled up!”

  4. The Clumsy Approach

    “I thought your grandmother did a fantastic job with your site!”

  5. The Oblique Approach

    “Have you considered revamping your site to adopt more of a 21st century look?”

  6. The Optimist’s Approach

    “This site has huge potential! With some new colors, images, layout, and content, it could go citywide!”

  7. The Friend Approach

    “I wouldn’t tell just anyone this, but your site is really horrible. I just wanted you to know before everyone starts laughing at you behind your back!”

  8. The Intervention Approach

    “We’re all here today to tell you that we love you, but we can’t bear to see you ruining your public image with such an awful site! It’s not fair to you, it’s not fair to the people who have to look at it, and it just has to stop!”

  9. The Exaggerated Approach

    “Dude, I’m sitting here at the emergency room, and it’s all your fault! I pulled up your website, and felt strangely compelled to stick a fork in my eye, repeatedly! You’ve got to do something about that site, PLEASE!!!”

  10. The Technical Approach

    “After extended analysis, it has been determined that your site is less than optimum in several key areas, thus imperilling the conversion efficacy within the combination of social, financial, and age-based demographics that define your potential market. Of considerable interest is the lack of initial positive feedback regarding the overall aesthetics of the site. This is further exacerbated with the lack of current information, and generally confusing arrangement of said information. This general confusion combined with the poor aesthetics is theorized to generate a considerable amount of mental and emotional stress for visitors, who promptly vacate the site, resulting in the less than stellar results from the site in question.”

Whatever your approach, be sure to use it soon(at your own risk!), and feel free to append the following statement to the end:

“If you want a professional, affordable website, you should contact Andrew Trivette Design!”

(Tailor it to sound natural of course :)

Together we can make the Internet a better place! ;)

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