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Sunday, January 19, 2014

Hyderabadi Website of the Month: hyderabadassociationusa.com

Layout: Great header at the top, as the tagline says “Humara Shaher Humare log”. The template is great. Simple but decent. There are no ads or huge banners that normally divert the motif/content. You do see a somewhat large picture of the members, I might make it a little smaller.

Content: Good stuff 'Bringing Hyderabad Community Together'. Better in its coverage, than many others. It’s obviously not a personal site, so going with the social media developments, there should be a few more comments/voices of like minded (other than the board).

Strength: 'Safar Tasveer ke saath' is in its unique contribution. The site although local in its origin, but can become global in its outreach. Most Hyderabadi sites by NRI's are not so comprehensive. Gallery section is duplicating the front page. Few pages are blank now (including advertise, matrimonials), that need to be populated to give better look and feel. The page Membership (which means members of the Association), needs to go with About US. So also, Follow us on, needs to be live, to Assn's own pages in respective sites.

Weakness: "true Hyderabadi spirit and culture in a professional and well organized way" To meet its own stated goal, the site requires depiction of composite Hyderabad (not only Islam/Muslim) in every perspective, be it membership, coverage of the site or approach.
Technical stuff: Audio must be placed in a visible place, and the user given control to play if required. At present the audio is set to run (auto mode), works in Firefox, but does not show up nor auto-play in Internet Explorer. The background audio must also include Hyderabadi dholak ke, Golconda's Sound-and-light (dialogues), etc. Chrome has not issues, it's OK. The visuals can be google maps, and other historic sites.

Suggestions: One should a) have more Hyderabadi audios, videos, and visuals. b) Submit the site to google, and add links to a Facebook page, Twitter that would definitely help reaching the others. c) This site needs to be linked by other sites of like-minded folks (on the web and social media). and d) you can take a look at the multimedia and other gadgets at http://hyderabadiz.blogspot.ca/

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