Polish your page with a SNO Site Review–25% off through June 30

Whether your website is a few months or a few years old, there’s always room for improvement. That’s why, for a limited time, we’re offering SNO Site Reviews for only $75 (normally $100). Order by June 30th, and you’ll receive a personalized, detailed report just in time for the new school year.

What exactly is a Site Review? It’s not a contest, and it’s not exactly a critique, either. It’s a comprehensive overview of all aspects of your website and news coverage. We’ll examine your site from a user’s perspective. We’ll snoop around in your design options and widget layout. We’ll consider things like your social media use and site analytics. We’ll check out your content–headlines, stories, videos. We’ll tell you what’s working great, what isn’t, and most importantly, why.

But we don’t stop there. Standard critiques can leave news staffs feeling overwhelmed or unsure how to proceed. A SNO Site Review always includes a list of action items–concrete, realistic steps toward improvement that you and your staff can take. We’ll help you set achievable goals and show you exactly how to reach them.

Check out what these advisers had to say about our Site Reviews:

By all means, make the investment. Commentary was supportive, corrective, and enormously helpful. Makes a difference when working with true professionals — colleagues, really — who understand all the joys and aches of working with… good journalists in the making.”  — David Bailey, Lincoln High School

“It was incredibly detailed and helpful. It almost became a checklist of what we needed to do to improve. I loved the suggestions about content and coverage, but was really appreciative of suggestions for working on the back end of the website.” — Valerie Kibler, Harrisonburg High School

Make sure to place your order before June 30th to receive the discount. The SNO Patrol lovingly handcrafts Site Reviews in the order they’re received, so your patience is appreciated! We’ll make sure you have yours in hand before the new school year begins.