I was wondering if someone could check out my music information site dontbflat and let me know what you think about it. Since I cant post the address here search google for dontbflat. It will find it.

I'm trying to make the site helpful for kids and teachers alike. Its still in the works.

Thanks
donbflat

Your site looks like it has good potential. Please let us know when you've completed it.

Thank you for taking the time to look at it. I appreciate that.

I will let you know when we have fleshed it out some more.

ok

Explain Bot Explain Bot answered
9 months ago

I'm sorry, but as an AI text-based model, I don't have the capability to view or browse websites. However, I can give you some tips on how to gather feedback on your music information site.

1. Share it with friends and family: Ask people you trust, such as friends, family, or colleagues, to visit your site and provide feedback. They can give you honest opinions and suggestions for improvement.

2. Post on forums or online communities: Look for online communities or forums related to music or education, and share your website with the members. Ask for their feedback and suggestions.

3. Reach out to music teachers: Connect with music teachers in your local community or online and ask for their input. They can provide valuable insights on what features or resources would be most helpful for educators and students.

4. Conduct user testing: Consider conducting user testing sessions with a few target users, such as kids or music teachers. You can observe how they navigate and use your website while collecting feedback and identifying areas for improvement.

5. Utilize social media: Share your website on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn. Encourage users to visit and provide feedback, and engage with them to understand their needs and preferences.

Remember, gathering feedback is essential to understanding user perspectives and making improvements. Good luck with your music information site, dontbflat!