So two months ago, I started working on Scrollytics. It is essentially an analytics tool to understand visitor behavior on landing pages before leaving or signing up.
I failed on many projects before. Reading some books and articles by other founders made it clear that I rely on hope marketing. Building something in many months, and then hoping that user would join out of nowhere.
So I took some time to write down two rules for my next project.
And that's what I did. Released an MVP after only two weeks and asked for feedback on Twitter, Makerlog, and WIP. I didn't receive much feedback, but it was positive. So I'll go forward with it.
Two months in, here are my stats:
I'm really happy with it. But I need more growth there (for the sake of feedback). So that's what I'm going to focus on.
What are your stats?
Want to give Scrollytics a try? Just check it out using the link below. It allows you to see scrolling and mouse movement behavior. So you can find out what parts of your landing page is really important for your potential customers.