Landing Page Feedback December 17, 2020

Post your landing page and let others describe what your company does!

Rosie Sherry @rosiesherry

Does your landing page describe your project well?

  • Visit someone else's landing page for 10 seconds, then come back and tell them what you think their product does.
  • Link to your own landing page, but don't say anything about it.
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    https://www.keypup.io

    Thanks for such a useful thread! Well done!

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      Development centralization, automation and shortcuts. Looks quite useful at first glance.

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        Thanks a lot for your time! Much appreciated!

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      It looks like a dashboard for pull requests!

      I think some of the verbs on the landing page are a little vague though (Streamline, save time, be more efficient, chill)

      The name and image also made me think of hotkeys for software development

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        Thanks a lot for taking the time and sharing your thoughts. Much appreciated!

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          You're welcome! Good luck

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      I'm sorry I can't tell what is your product after 60+ seconds on the landing page... There is a lot of text, but they all say "general" things. I can't see/tell what the product actually offer.

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        Appreciate you taking the time. We've taken into account your view and tried to improve - hopefully a bit clearer now!

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      It improves Pull Request process but I can't quite tell how (it learns to predict my team's commit patterns or something like that?)

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        Thanks a lot for your time. Very insightful - we've reworked some bits to try and be more explicit.

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      SQL for Airtable via a synced Postgres database. Actually a nice idea; I'm playing with Airtable right now and am a bit frustrated with the API.

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        This is exactly what we do! Thanks @nosecroquet for taking a look. We would be honored to help you skip the Airtable API completely :)

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          Thanks; it's a cool idea, although the problem for me is that I don't do a lot of row-level querying (or updating). Instead I'm trying to figure out if I can programmatically push chunks of data into Airtable for users (authors) to interact with (spoiler; not really).

          There are other ways to do it like Google Sheets, but Airtable is just a bit nicer and has better data visualisations out of the box.

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            Got it! So you are looking for the inverse - pushing data into Airtable with SQL? Duly noted :)

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              Yeah, and I'm discovering that you can't programmatically control most everything about Airtable except for the data - like, you can't create new shares, or hide columns, and stuff.

              Basically I'm looking to give my customers (newsletter subscribers) a clickable link where they can access the detail of the data I am summarising in my newsletter. Currently I am doing this just by providing a downloadable Excel spreadsheet, but I'm finding that Excel freaks out a surprising number of my customers. Soooo, it's gentle pastel colours, and rounded boxes for me, woohoo. I'm not kidding; feedback is that they find Airtable much less confusing than Excel.

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        💯 - 3 words. spot on.

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      Really liked the graphs to give a visual of what the company does

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      Stats and tracking data about website visitors

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      Analytics tools with interpretation of your data

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      A better way to track insights on people who visit your website

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      Design feedback tool for static images.

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        Static designs and live urls :). I'm a UX/UI designer and do most of my work in Webflow these days, which means that my clients receive live URLs as their designs. Normally collecting feedback involves a bunch of emails or Google documents, which isn't a very efficient process. Instead you can just paste the URL into Bolt, then the client can click anywhere and leave their comments.

        Built it for myself!

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          That's super cool. :) Well done!

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      Fantastic idea, quick design feedback for websites. Do you use any automation?

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        How do you mean?

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          Oh, I mean like using something like Puppeteer to grab screenshots and then apply some machine learning to determine a few attributes.

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            Interesting - our tool is not designed to be automated in the feedback sense, so not 100% sure on the use case. Would this be to automatically create comments, e.g. 'contrast ratio is not high enough'?

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              I'm just brainstorming :-)

              I guess anything that can be quantified, or be tested for (maybe accessibility). If you want to chat sometime, https://calendly.com/kirbyshabaga/25-minute-chat-with-kirby

              I just signed up and will try the service in the next couple of weeks, after I finish updating a site for a podcast/blog.

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      Sharing link to streamline design feedback, pretty cool!

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      a tool for soliciting feedback on your designs

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      Website design simulator for with easy way to update and write comments

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      easy way to get design feedback form experts and your team

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      Design feedback tool for websites. Similar to common google docs comments, but instead of on a document, on a live version of your website.

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      Great way to kick start your react app. Without actually working on any of the integartions.

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      We take care of all the annoying initial setup for a new react project and get you set up so you can jump right in to the part you actually want to do: code.

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      A create react app alternative

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      An easy way to plug and play with streamlined UI that outputs clean code

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      Bootstrapping React projects in the beginning.

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      Security testing for your website

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      Penetration tools for web security. One thing I wasn't sure about - is this for developers/technical people only, or can non-technical people use it?

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        It's for anyone that has a general idea about web security, actually. But thanks for highlighting this issue! :)

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      A weekly newsletter with highlights sent to members of slack channels
      (this is cool!)

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        You got it :) And thanks! Hopefully, you can use it in a Slack somewhere soon!

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      Send a selection of the most commented slack messages in an email digest

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      Massive Slack activity boiled down into an email digest for people that don't have time to constantly check Slack live?

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      Remote dental exams from the comfort of your living room.

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      An easy way to get opinions on your dental health by sending 3 images to a panel of doctors that give feedback after a while?

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      Easy and fast way to have a dental checkup and personalized recommendations for better dental health.

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      dental exams from home. although, I'm wondering how reputable the exams can be with only three images?

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      A place to create your own community of like-minded people?

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      I have no idea what this is! I must not be in the target audience- sorry!

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      A content management service for marketers to automate some of the community outreach (Reddit & Quora), SEO outreach and content marketing?

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        Somewhat, we do fully done-for-you outreach, content is a small part of it

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      CMS but for marketing.

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      productized marketing services

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        Yees! This is cool that the messaging works. Thanks!!

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      Marketing for startups

      My next thought was: "No prices are quoted, this must be expensive"

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        Hmm interesting - we do have pricing on every service and we are absolutely not expensive since we cater to low-budgets. However, the prices are on the service pages, not the main page - since every service is priced differently and offers different things

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      Notion! Fitness tracking notion app.

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      A calendar in Notion to track workouts (Very straightforward!)

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      A quizz to learn about the life of well-know authors

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      Some sort of package manager for dependencies in a software project

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      A reddit-type board but I can't totally tell what it's for

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      Bookmarks for "content" on the internet but I'm not exactly sure what content could be

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      a unique place to bookmark your favorite digital content and share them with your friends

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      A spaced repetition service that you can feed/configure to help you improve memory recall.
      Neat design btw

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      Note taking on flashcards

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      Increase conversions for visitors to your website, but I'm not sure how

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      Headline is a bit confusing, but from second paragraph its website messenger/live chat

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      Event planning app

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      A smart event sharing platform for friends

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      Anonymous slack messages, for feedback collection or "suggestion box"

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        perfect! Awesome, thanks!

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    5% off your order if you can guess what mine is ;)

    daasvs.com

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      Performance reviews and employee recognition

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      A website where you can recognize your employees for their good work. I guess like a reward system?

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      View a map with the physical locations of the photos on your phone

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        Phone and desktop, but otherwise, yes!

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      A world map of your photos to easily find them by location

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      Interactive map displaying the different locations you were when you took photos.

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      JIRA for movie production

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      A blog about healthy eating/cooking?

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      A blog about healthy living (though I couldn't tell it was a blog until I scrolled down a bit)

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    Hi Rosie! How are you?

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      Collaborative web design

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      (I got an invalid certificate warning from Chrome!)

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    Interesting thread! Guess our project: https://www.keypup.io

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      Push notification management?

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      TypeScript and JavaScript code cleanup tool?

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      Submit your recipes for a review on how sustainable and healthy they are? Or more generically a recipe improvement site?

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        Close, more on the second one, you could potentially do the first.
        Thanks :)

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      Hand-written letter service for people who don't care to hand-write letters

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      Service to find an impactful storytelling for your product.

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      Write customer success stories for companies

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    Still working on the page. Any feedback would be highly appreciated! Thanks!

    https://tweekr.netlify.app/

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      Helps find the full forms of commonly used 3 letter acronyms. Cool idea BTW!

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        Thank you and great description 🙏🏾

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      Tool to create user persona based on your user activity

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      User event activity feed

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      A tool to identify best routes

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      Get alerts on the health and safety of an elderly relative

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      Training app for runners with programs and ambiant sounds to guide you during your session

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      web development services

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      web development agency

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      Indispensable market data for indie authors.

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      All your product documentation in one place.

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      A mix of Shopify and a development agency for mobile apps

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      Increase sales with a dedicated mobile app for your shop

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      Lets you embed a livestream in your page before you need to actually go live

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        @heytherebuddy thx! WP Livestream lets you auto-embed your livestream on your website every time you go live without having to update the embed code every time.
        It also notifies your website visitors when you are live.

        Would love your feedback on how I can make that more clear.

        Thanks!

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          I think I got it when I read the church example. Maybe some additional use cases could be helpful :-)

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      advanced shopify feedback

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      learn to code by building projects

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      Passwordless login for your application

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      Automate sending cold emails to potential customers

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      A newsletter with practical advice for entrepreneurs

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      A tool for newsletters allowing a newsletter audience to upvote/downvote story ideas for the newsletter

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      A newsletter where each issue tells the story of how a person faced a seemingly-impossible problem and overcame them.

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        You nailed it! Thanks Jake!

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      a product for PMs to grab and collect features

      p.s. the video on the page is 480p so it's really hard to see the shared screen & what's going on

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      A product that allows you to add widget to your website and collect feedbacks/feature request like canny.

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      Allow users to submit feature requests in a widget.

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      Chat bot form builder. Unsure if it's both for the bot responding "intelligently" or for direct chat

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      Create a Form but in a chatbot UI way.

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      chat bot widget with form collection

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      Create chatbots that collect info and up conversion

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      add your spreadsheet data to your site in a nicely templated way

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      Embed google sheets similar to how Airtables can be embedded ?

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        The difference is ET doesn't use iframe so you can better integrate content with your website + get better UX. You can also use many different templates to display your data it doesn't need to be a regular table.

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      Print information from Google Sheets to a website in a pretty/clean way?

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        Yeah, that's pretty much it!

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      Explainer for a twitter profile listing interesting domains you could buy

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      Available domain to buy for startup.

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      You provide a list of available domains and users get a product idea from it?

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        🙌 Yes! It’s actually a daily tweet, but scrolling through all of them on the Twitter profile gets you a list

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      Something like udemy. Unsure if you give tools for creators or only host content. Looks nice

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        Thanks!
        A video for the landing page is coming soon. Looks like the landing page needs some work 👍🏻

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      a platform for creators to build and sell their course

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        Liked the landing page. Just signed up for your newsletter. Curious to learn more!

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      A springboard for selling your courses

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      List of domains for inspiration. Am I right?

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      Provide customizable 3d avatars for web, apps, and services.

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        You almost guessed right. It's a 3D clothing mockup builder using customizable 3D avatars.

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