Landing Page Feedback March 1, 2020

Landing Page Feedback: An always-on virtual office for solo founders

Shun Yamada @shyamady

I'd like to build a virtual office where solo founders and indie makers help each other. Indie Hackers and other makers' communities are awesome. Joined some, of course. But it's hard to find a 1-on-1 relationship with other members because they are too open to building a strong connection. It's like a huge conference. So, my new idea is a community that allows you to connect with other members in 1-on-1 connections.

You can talk to anybody anytime when it suits you.

Please give me honest feedback :) I'll try to fix it!
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    I know it sounds over critical, but typos and grammar issues really bug me, especially on a landing page. So I'd fix those first.

    But getting to the idea itself: It feels like the solution would only work if you already have an large existing audience. So, for example, if you already have a platform like IndieHackers, then your solution would serve as a great bolt-on.

    Big question I have: How would you motivate people to offer their time, because Beta Testing and Code Reviews are not quick 5 minute jobs. I assume some type of barter system?

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      @GregFullard Thank you for your honest feedback. I don't run a big platform, so I start a small community for typical targeting users. It's a basic theory for the startup, isn't it?
      It's a hospitality community, so we help each other for deep problems like code review and beta testing also. I'll try to solve all issues by myself initially.

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    I see the value of a 1 on 1, call first community :)

    Like @GregFullard, typos and grammar issues really bug me. I would suggest that you at least pass it through before publishing it. I think those typos can penalize you.

    Otherwise, I would add the CTA (Apply Now) at the bottom of the website. A typical user will scroll down and if they like it click somewhere at the end. Currently you will get most clicks in "#20WEEKS20PRODUCTS" and "Remotehour".

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      Thanks Ari! Okay, I'll try to fix it!

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    What’s the business model? Why not just have a Slack workspace? If people need help, they should ask. And if people want to help, they can offer. I don’t see why another community needs to be formed, or more tools need to be built to facilitate this.

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      No business model. In my experience, really hard to activate the community in Slack. So, I wanna build a community focusing on 1-on-1 communication. It's easier than organizing a community.

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