Finally, after talks with potential customers and checking competitors I defined packages and pricing for boardengine.io.
I use the terms "Coffee, Breakfast, All-Inclusive" for the packages to show up the fact that there are a "just the engine" version and the software plus services kind of package.
It doesn't make it easier to explain pricing on a first shot, but I hope the price table is clear enough for a visitor to get at least an idea on my pricing.
What you think?
It's not my thing, really, this Landing Page thing. You can show me landing pages and I can quickly tell you if they are nice if they are well structured etc, but doing my self.. a horror story. Mainly it's a "my English problem" (content) and a design one (I'm quite good with UI coding and UX is part of my day job, but design, making things nice... not my thing)
Well, you will see:
Every feedback is welcome
February 2019 I launched fullstackjob.com as a single tenant Job Board for Full-Stack Developers. From the beginning, the plan was to build it as the basis for an "Engine", which can handle multiple boards for a different kind of Niche or Company Job Boards. To not potentially lose to much time before launching first board I did not implement multi-tenant layer, but the coding was done to add this layer as fast as possible after.
Next Step is now to build new landing page for boardengine and start commercialization.
There is competition, and not a small amount, which is doing Job Board Engines. But or they are limit in features or very expensive.
Building Full-Stack Developer Job Board ( https://fullstackjob.com ) I learned quiet a lot from what both recruiters and candidates are looking for. This I want to bring into my upcoming product https://boardengine.io