Landing Page Feedback April 24, 2019

How can I improve my landing page?

Uku Taht @ukutaht

I'm getting close to launching https://plausible.io and I've just revamped the landing page. What do you think?

I read through @louisswiss's landing page checklist (https://www.louisnicholls.com/landing-page-checklist/) and tried to take as much advice on as I could. I wrote out the copy in a text file first, and then added design around it. Still, I have a feeling that the copy could be a lot more impactful if I could find the right words :)

This landing page is mostly targeted at people who already use Google Analytics and are looking for an alternative. So my main goal is to differentiate from it and to address the main objection (GA is free but Plausible is not).

#landing-page-feedback

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    Message is clear ✅
    Name is clear ❌
    No bugs ✅
    Mobile friendly ✅
    Color scheme and branding both are nice ✅
    Online demo ✅
    FAQ ✅
    Policies ✅
    I have a right-side scroll (1920x1080, Google Chrome, Mac os) ⚠️
    Registration process is good, but if you require email confirmation. Please, split email with '@' and let users go to their email in one click. ⚠️
    If you don't have password confirmation, then add password show/hide controls. ⚠️
    Plans table is nice and simple, but it will not convert ❌

    By the way, good job man. I like your landing page and product.

    But, probably, i will not use it. Because GA is monolith, and products like yours need a lot of time to develop all the missing functional. Like GTM, Triggers, Events, Funnels, E-commerce analytics.

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      Thank you so much for the feedback!

      Registration process is good, but if you require email confirmation. Please, split email with '@' and let users go to their email in one click. ⚠️

      I'm not sure I understand this one. What do you mean by splitting the email?

      Plans table is nice and simple, but it will not convert ❌

      Hmm... Any ideas on what I could do to make it better? :)

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        1. I mean just extract url from the email. And let users to simply one-click email provider site open :). Like: Open <a href="gmail.com" target="_blank">gmail.com</a>
        2. Try to make it vertical and highlight middle plan.
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          Amazing, thank you!