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Here is your chance to give a review feedback on our website. It's only a few months old and we need feedback.

If you could let us know if you find it user friendly, tell us what you like and what you don't.

What features would you add?

If we see an overwhelming response we will listen.

Options in poll:

*More Pictures - We would add the option to see different angles of the kilts

*Introduction page -Shows animation prior to the homepage with information about the company

*About Us page- Our Companies History

*Build your own Bilt Kilt - a personal kilt customizer takes you through the steps of Building a Bilt Kilt

*Nothing-self explanatory

*Better Descriptions - self explanatory

*Other - Please let us know what else you think we should do

Thanks your feedback is greatly appreciated

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When creating a merchant website...more info is ALWAYS better.

~more pictures give the customer a better idea of what the kilt looks like

~An introduction page gives a brief explanation of who you are, what you do, where you do what you do, and all kinds of pertinent information to help the customer make a more informed decision. This is expanded upon in the about us.

~ bulky animations are not recommended. someone shopping probably doesn't want to sit through a long animation every time they come to the site. It also drives up bandwidth usage and is not very SEO-friendly.

~An About us will give the customer a warm fuzzy feeling inside. Most people don't like to buy from people they don't know anything about

~Build your own - this will be cool, but isn't really a necessity. Then again...customers always like options

~Better descriptions - Again...more info is ALWAYS good. The more description you put on the site, the fewer questions you get. customers are more likely to buy something when they don't have any questions about it.

~other - when you are able, a review section will always help. People saying what they like or don't like about a kilt is better found on your website than on a forum somewhere else. Goes back to the more info is better concept.

the design is pretty cool.

Please take a look at #1 on on the FAQ page. currently says "A Bilt Kilt is defined as a new age kilt build by you". Build is the wrong tense and should be built.

remember...the more info you put on the site, the more comfortable a customer will be with you, and decreases the chance of them leaving becuase they have unanswered questions.

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I think KT has pretty much covered evrything I wanted to say...

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Also...be sure you say where your kilts are made, and in what materials. There are many folks out there who are very particular about where their kilts are made, and by who.

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Also...be sure you say where your kilts are made, and in what materials. There are many folks out there who are very particular about where their kilts are made, and by who.

My first question after looking over your site was "what are they made of?" If fabric was mentioned, I missed it.

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Hello Everyone we have put more details in the descriptions and added a few more FAQs to our website improvements with pictures and other features will be coming shortly. Please check our FAQ section as a lot of questions can be answered there but don't hesitate to contact us we reply as soon as we can and are happy to help. Thanks for you input in regards to our website.

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All of our kilts are Made in Barrie, Ontario, Canada and our fabric comes from Canada. The tartan comes direct from Scotland (Lochcarron of Scotland). I appologize for not mentioning that earlier.

We are Proudly Made in Canada.

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All of our kilts are Made in Barrie, Ontario, Canada and our fabric comes from Canada. The tartan comes direct from Scotland (Lochcarron of Scotland). I appologize for not mentioning that earlier.

We are Proudly Made in Canada.

that is really good news for a lot of folks..thanks!

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Your "ATTITUDE", in relation to seeking INPUT is GREAT

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