Anglo-Info website problems7 Replies
I notice that the recent thread complaining about the site, and some helpful comments about how to fix various elements, has been quietly removed. Bad news being buried is always a poor sign. Everyone wants the site back to a form where it was as useful as its previous incarnation. But there are just so many problems, and the many little problems gradually fixed (or not) don't get away from the big problem that the current design is just badly, badly conceived. How you fix that I don't know. Everyone I talk to about it either agrees its absolute rubbish or says they don't bother using it any more. How you as a (I assume) investor must feel about this, given presumably plummeting advert revenues and just being distracted by daily general hassle dealing with basic errors and irritated users, I can only imagine. I presume most people in Midi-Pyrenees (a predominantly country area) used to see A-I as a great way to communicate, find tradespeople, find out about events, ask questions, etc etc. The frustration must be widespread, and it doesn't help that there is this sense of denial on A-I about the problem.Your business has gone down the toilet because someone at A-I hired the wrong website designer. No one can be happy about it. The fact that I am even bothering to write this demonstrates that I and others would actually like to see a functioning and successful site. People want it and NEED it.