Blog Redesign Update – How Can We Make It Easier to Find Information?

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Blog Redesign Update – How Can We Make It Easier to Find Information?

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A huge THANK YOU to everyone who filled out our survey and gave feedback on our blog redesign!  Million Mile Secrets readers are the best!

Many of you shared that it could be easier to find information on the blog.  And some hoped the new design would have a better search function.  We’ve tweaked our existing search engine and cleaned up as much of the blog as we could until the redesign, including making it easier to comment and reply to comments.

So I’ve made a quick follow-up survey for folks to fill out.  We’d really like to fine-tune the design to meet your needs!

Blog Redesign Update How Can We Make It Easier To Find Information
We Love to Hear Your Opinions! And Want to Create the Best Blog Design for You

So here’s a quick survey about finding information on the blog.

Finding Information on Million Mile Secrets

Link:   Our Quick Survey

We’d be thrilled if you’d complete this quick survey.  If you can’t see the embedded survey below, here’s a direct link.


Create your own user feedback survey

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I would like to see a section with the best travel tool websites: For example, Wandering Aramean, AwardHacker, Award Ace, Rome2Rio.

I would like to see a frequently updated reference guide to what you value the various points/miles (and why) and a link to this on the front page, similar to what TPG does. This would allow readers to determine whether or not it makes sense to use points to pay for certain travel. Also, maybe every couple of weeks you could do an in-depth review of a different program and have a quick access guide to this as well.

Hi, I just recently visited freefrequentflyermiles and despite it being pure HTML/Web 1.0, I really like how his info is laid out. Maybe your easiest improvement you can do is to categorize each post with a tag ( Airlines / Free Stuff / Bank Points .. ), then have a tree/list on the left of the website, so viewers can quickly view all the posts related to what they are interested in