A. 0-3 seconds
B. 4 or 5 seconds
C.5 or 6 seconds.
D. You know that tie-a-knot with a cherry stem trick? Let;s just say I've had plenty of time to perfect my craft waiting for pages to load.
A. Of course, with flashing lights, dancing bears, and scrolling neon text.
B. Yes, but we keep it tasteful.
C. Yes, buy we've made sure the text in the graphics is search engine readable and/or we only use flash from one or two outside widgets we've embedded, such as a video player.
D. No flash/animated graphics.
A. I used the same layout on every page
B. I use a small variety of layouts so visitors don’t get bored
C. I like to mix it up. New pages are an opportunity for variety
D. Every page is a beautiful and unique snowflake
A. My website is first on the list!
B. My website is on the first page.
C. My website is on page two or three.
D. My website exists on the web, and that’s what matters
A. My site is a social butterfly: we're all about Tweeting and Facebooking. We're proud to show of our social status on the site, and we're all about linking to our latest site activity.
B. My site gets around a bit, with links out to our Twitter or Facebook accounts.
C. My site feels left out. I'm out there using Twitter and/or Facebook, but I don't really include my website in the conversation.
D. My site is a social pariah. Stay back!
A. At least once a day
B. Whenever there is a dead link or new news is published
C. Once a year, no matter what
D. At least once a month
A. 100% images, reading is for nerds
B. 50% text, 50% images
C. 75% text, 25% images
D. 100% text, images are for hippies
A. I try to fit as much content as possible onto a standard browser window
B. I try to fit two paragraphs of information on a standard browser window screen
C. I prefer to have people scroll and scroll and scroll and scroll
D. I have a small amount of scrolling without information overload
A. My site has a blog with a comments section, a way to contact us, and that's about it.
B. I have an interactive forum including user profiles; we have a contact form; and we have comments/ratings on my site’s blogs, images, articles and other content
C. I have a link to my email address and a phone number
D. My website might as well be a reprinted vacation brochure: you can read it, but don't expect some tour guide to pop out and tell you the weather.
A. New products or services
B. About my cat’s toilet training progress and other fun stuff in my personal life
C. About major structural changes to my company
D. Information that my site visitors could find useful in their lives, which also positions me as a subject matter expert
A. Our site’s URL is clean (www.wonderfulsite.com) and our title tag is search-friendly (Wonderful Site)
B. Our site’s URL is messy (www.212.20.1.wond.erf.ulsite.com) but our title tag is search friendly (Wonderful Site)
C. Our site’s URL is clean (www.wonderfulsite.com) but our title tag is somewhat general/vague (e.g. "lawyer")
D. First of all, what's a tile tag? That aside, our site’s URL is messy www.212.20.1.wond.erf.ulsite.com) and our title tag is vague (e.g. "doctor") or AWOL.
A. Isn't an SMO one of those health plans that Congress is monkeying around with?
B. Our website creates a unique perma-link for new content which then I deploy with a URL shortener, such as bit.ly, to promote our frequent updates; we also prominently display a "Share This" option, allowing visitors to promote their favorite items to their own social networks
C. We liberally deploy "Share This" around our website but we're not big on promoting perma-links on Twitter or Facebook using URL shorteners such as bit.ly
D. We use social media, such as Twitter and we generally just link back to our website homepage.