1) Visit https://onlywhat.com/. What is your initial impression of what you see? Are you immediately drawn to click any of the buttons? Why or why not? Â Is the a preliminary draft of the home page? Thatâ€™s what it looks like. While the home page looks serviceable, there is nothing here to catch my eye and make me want to stay. A header with some color might help. Certainly a cover graphic for the video would make a big difference. Â I am not at all certain what the difference between a search engine and a request engine is. Â The only button that draws my attention is â€œGet Started,â€ because it is the only thing that stands out. Â 2) View the video on the homepage. Does it explain the concept behind Onlywhat? Â Yes, the video explains the basic concept. I like that it comes up full screen. It might help to have the â€œXâ€ for closing the window at the top right-hand corner where most people are accustomed to looking for it. Â And you are waiting far too long to deliver your message. Youâ€™re going to lose people before they ever watch the video and youâ€™re not using the video to its full potential. Â For instance: Â * On the home page you might want to add something like: â€œThe worldâ€™s first request engine! Are you tired of search engines that provide with everything but what you are really looking for? Now, ask for and receive EXACTLY what information you wantâ€”for you, your family, your business.â€ Â * In the video: Your characters are cute. How about having them show real-life examples? It could be told in the form of a story. We all love stories. A child coming to a parent for information for a school project, because the child canâ€™t find anything on the search engines. Wise mom or dad, uses Onlywhat and comes up with the perfect information in 10 seconds. This wouldnâ€™t take very long, and it would show your visitors what they could accomplish. Â Also, is there a reason why the video is in black and white? I would think you could have the part about the old-fashioned search engine in black and white and when the information for Onlywhat pops up, suddenly thereâ€™s a world of color on the video. Â 3) Click the â€œGet Startedâ€ button. What do you think of the channels listed? Are the top channels highlighted enough to draw your attention? Â Iâ€™m not certain what to think other than it appears that channels are countries. The groups give me more information. As career professional and entrepreneur, I appreciate the amount of space you provide for people in my fields of interest. And I think there are many areas that are not covered, i.e., travel, health, sciences, real estate, etc. What is the difference between a â€œshopperâ€ and â€œbuyerâ€? Was this supposed to be â€œbuyerâ€ and â€œseller.â€ And buyer and seller of what? Are you planning to have sub-groups. Â I am still not getting a good feel for how this request engine works. Â 4) Click the â€œ+â€ Post button next to channel â€œCandidates seeking work, post your skills hereâ€. What is your initial impression of the form layout? Is it clear enough? Â First, this question was a bit unclear. I was on the â€œChannelâ€ screen and kept looking for the â€œ+â€ button and couldnâ€™t find it. When I started clicking on the different buttons on the navigation list on the left, I found the â€œ+â€ post on the â€œPostâ€ screen. Â But I cannot find â€œCandidates seeking work, post your skills here.â€ I put it â€œCandidates seeking workâ€ into the search box and nothing comes up. The only channels I see are for countries. If you tell me where this is, Iâ€™ll go back and look. Being this is my field of expertise, I might be of assistance with this form. Â You have to know to change the Channel before posting. Â Oh, found the form while answering question 5. What do you mean by experience? Do you want a list of jobs? Do you want the length of time someone has in a specific field? Do you want the title of past and current positions? There are many other questions that a job seeker/candidate would ask. Size of the company. Company culture. Location far more clearly defined than what country (i.e., state, city, zip code, distance from home). Â 5) Click on â€œStreamâ€ first and then â€œChannelsâ€ in the treepanel on the left. Both will appear as tabs. Select â€œStreamâ€ tab and click â€œAdd Postâ€ button. Here you can search for a channel by keyword. Enter â€œjobsâ€ in the search box and job related channels will appear. Hit Esc key to close window. Now select â€œChannelsâ€ tab and search for â€œjobsâ€ in the search box. Which method of searching for channels do you prefer? Â Youâ€™re instructions are a bit confusing. I had to do this over several times before doing it correctly. Once I did, these were equally easy. Â Having instructions or a â€œhow toâ€ video will be essential. Â It would have made more sense if Question 5 were question 4. Â 6) How likely are you to recommend this site to a friend or colleague (0=Not at all likely, and 10=Very Likely)? Â At this stage, I would say â€œ0.â€ Google is so much easier. Put what youâ€™re looking for into quotations and it is pretty easy to find what youâ€™re looking for. If a person really wants to narrow their search, they can do an advanced search. Now, I realize that most people donâ€™t know that these features exist on Google and they are there and easy. Plus Google has specialized searches for shopping, images, etc. Â I know you have an idea of what you want to create, however, Iâ€™m not seeing what your vision at this point. If you have a better way of searchingâ€”one that provides us with the information we want rather than depending on how good a sites SEO is, we would all love to know.Â But Iâ€™m not understanding your methodology yet.