We prefer when questions are asked without using the specific site as an example. There are several reasons for that:
- Using the site URL can be spammy. We get a number of questions asked not in good faith. It often appears that the question is only asked to promote the site or get links.
- We require that questions be able to help other webmasters in the future. Questions such as "What is wrong with this site?" won't be useful to others. We don't allow individual site review questions.
- Sites change over time. Once you fix the problem on your site, your site may not illustrate the problem anymore. We prefer that questions are self-contained and stable over time. That way they will be more helpful to webmasters with similar problems in the future.
However, there are times in which the best way to illustrate a problem is to use your actual site as the example. If you need to do that, go ahead and do so. If we think it can be asked more anonymously, we will edit your question to remove your site details.
Using screenshots is a nice compromise. They are not searchable and unlikely to be used for spam purposes. They can often illustrate the problem showing a real site without linking to the site. Details can be blacked out of them if desired. If possible, take screenshots of your site, the Google searches, or your analytics to show the problem with your site.