What do you understand from this page?

We have faced challenges in quickly explaining our product. Please look at https://www.enveloperty.com/ and comment what you think we do. And almost more importantly, why it matters to you.

As a thank you for participating, email [email protected] and we'll hook you up with an instance if you are interested


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    Completely scrap the landing page. Just follow standard SaaS designs. Look into templates if you don't want to hire a developer.

    You have a cart on the top right.

    Focus on one use case for now. Will make it much easier to target an audience.

    For pricing you will want to test tiers. They usually convert better.

  2. 1

    You need to really rethink the structure of this page. You have a call to action to start a free trial before you even mention what you do. You shouldn't lead with the accelerator programs. This can be at the bottom of the page to lend some credibility, but you need to state what your value proposition is before anything else.

  3. 1

    Poorly designed landing page. You have used a js for background particles, that is hardly visible.
    You used too many font families.

  4. 1

    The blue text on the black background is making the page hard to read so I didn't read anything.

    1. 1

      Thank you for the input! I brightened the blue text to near white. So there is a very subtle difference for formatting sake. Could you take a look and let me know if the new color works for you

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    What I think you do: Something to do with email. Link tracking? Something involving CRM? Talking about ad blockers had me thinking web, but then everything else talks about email. And that makes me start to think about Mailchimp and ConstantContact. In my mind, you aren't doing enough to promote yourselves and differentiate from these giants.

    You have at least 3 different ways you are trying to explain your product on a single page. Focus on one clear and concise method that sums up your service (Enveloperty helps you retain leads via email. Here's how).

    I am also really not a fan of the design of your landing page from a sheer UX perspective. The colors don't go together, there's a shopping cart button for some reason, you ask me to start a free trial when I have no idea what I'm signing up for. It's a lot and really something to address when you have the focus of your service down.

    I feel like you're going to scam me and that people I email will see your website and I'll lose business because of it.

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      It'll take some time to revise the copy. This is really important feedback. I wanted to let you know I read it and appreciate it. If you could take another look when we revise it that'd be great. I'll reach out to you when we have a new version

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