For His Own Good

Experts tell one man the truth about his Web site.

You think your new Web site is pretty good, right? But with a little tweaking, it could be really good. Run your Web pages through the wringer and tighten up your site. For a ton of handy tips on how to do just that, check out what our Internet experts discovered as they picked apart, piece by piece, a Web site launched by one of our readers. It's the Internet equivalent of taking your car to the garage for a tuneup-and the constructive criticism that results could help a so-so site shine like a star.

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This article was originally published in the December 2000 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: For His Own Good.

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