Just launched my landing page.
What does everyone think?
I'm going to try promoting the landing page around to get some initial results. Would love any feedback (on the idea, the landing page design, or the copy).
Thanks & have a great weekend!
I like the content actually, but what is Hayward? Is it a website/app/extention? Will I get something for free? (Those are my first thoughts) I missed some full-screen intro where you can see what Hayward is. I got a bit overwhelmed when I saw all the text right away and my thoughts were "Oh no, ruuun" 😅
Hehe. Going to have a video demo out as soon as possible! And definitely will be working on providing more info on the solution on the landing page, just validating the problem for now (though I do have an MVP built).
As for free, I'm not sure what pricing model I'll be going for yet. I'll be doing alpha testing for free at the very least, and would definitely be rewarding those alpha testers for their help.
If you want to stay in the loop sign up for the mailing list via the "Sign up for the waiting list" CTA on the site (https://matix.io/hayward/) - would love to keep you updated!!
I checked it out on my phone and I had to zoom in because it looks like it's just rendering the desktop site. Have you done anything to make it responsive?
As for the copy, I don't have a lot of experience with landing pages, but I think it sounds good and it makes me interested to learn more.
Just fixed t up with some new copy & have made it responsive. Would love it if you could give it another test!
Hey, sorry I forgot to come back and look again! The responsiveness looks a lot better now. :)
I did do a rough pass at making it responsive but I forgot the meta tag 🤦.. fixed it up now. It doesn't look great on mobile though. I want to work out the copy first.
There’s no big red flag. The landing is simple and clean.
I’d love have a quick glance of how’s your product look like, even it’s a screenshot or mock-up.
Too big. For something that has such little info on it, I shouldn't have to scroll on my 2560x1440 screen.
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