Landing Page Feedback October 16, 2020

Demo Page for Rapid-Fire Feedback

Alex VanderEls @RapidFireFeedback is a social polling app for news and media. Any post can be used as a screening question for your next post. The insights improve with every follow up question you ask.

My landing page allows you to preview the app as a guest. I've placed triggers throughout the site which prompt you to download our mobile app from google/apple.

The theory is that engaging with the product is better than reading about the product and will lead to more downloads.

Anyone else having luck with this approach? Would love to get your thoughts

Would you prefer to read about a product before you engage with it?
  1. Yes
  2. No
  1. 1

    Hi @RapidFireFeedback I left you a little feedback video over here - let me know what you think

  2. 1

    nice concept -- for me though, I think I would prefer the traditional landing page format as this was a bit confusing to navigate and the triggers make the site feel more spammy

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      Thanks for the feedback @tabsonia! What about a hybrid approach? Do you think it would help if I added a few onboarding screens to help explain the site?

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        Yes, I'm a fan of the hybrid approach, for example: I'm new to this myself though so I don't know what the clickthrough data shows as being more effective. Good luck to you!

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