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FFS this is 2020. Default should really be VIEW ALL on one page, but it damn sure shouldn't be less than 200 items per page. I want to scroll down until I reach the end of the items you're selling, not scroll, then click, scroll, then click, scroll, then click my way through the War and Peace of your effing sales pages. Get it to together, people!


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This is a good one. I agree wholeheartedly!




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Poor website design has been a pet peeve of mine. If it is to difficult to navigate it loses my business.
 
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Well said. Well spoken. And I hate the immediate pop-up wanting you to sign up to get spammed.


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Or at least provide some sort of useful filtering system to narrow it down.
 
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It is always amazing to see how clueless some businesses are in failing to recognize that every obstacle they put in the way of someone who is trying to find out something about their products reduces the likelihood that they will make a sale.




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Good lord...... imagine the patience it took to flip through the Sears catalog now people get irritated if they have to depress their index finger .001 of an inch.
 
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Yeah, but the Sears catalog pages loaded instantly and you could see everything on the page without having to scroll...and then realize there were 80 more pages of the Exact Same Type Of Item.


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And you could re-purpose the Sears catalog!



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The “Yeah, but XYZ was worse” is one of the lamest excuses ever dreamed up. If there’s no reason for a bad feature, there’s no reason for it. To this day I usually find it more convenient, and even faster, to browse through a print catalogue or other publication rather than trying to read it on a web site. But even when it’s not, at one time there were no other options. Today, however, there are other options to poorly designed web sites. There are good sites and usually more than one selling the same products. I’ll put up with a bad site if I have no other option, but when I do, I don’t. Anyone who’s in the business of trying to sell stuff via the Internet should understand that.




“A man hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest.”
— Simon & Garfunkel, The Boxer, 1970
 
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