October 9, 2019

Landing page created

Jibran el Bazi @Jibran

I made a quick landing page. Just with a simple form to sign up to be notified when there is something to update on the project.

You can find it at Content Creation Robot

Before I put more time into building out a website, my goal is to test the waters a bit. To see how much of a pain Content Creators have in managing the processes of their business.

Like Louis said on a recent IH podcast; you should not try to find an audience for your solution, but look for a pain that an existing audience already has.

And I couldn't agree more!

So, I would love to bring value to professional content creators, be it writers, bloggers, podcasters, vloggers, music producers, etc., by creating content of my own.

My guts tell me that there is something there (DIY process automation for content creators), but I'm not sure how much of a problem this is.

In short: I need to talk to more people. :)

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    I'm not in content but reading the copy on the landing page I'm a bit confused.

    I personally wouldn't use the term "online watering hole", it doesn't sound professional to me. Maybe something like "Community"?

    The name of your site sounds like a product, but from the landing page it seems like you are trying to build a community?

    I think you need more information on the LP. Have you considered talking directly to (potential) customers? I think you'd get much more valuable feedback.

    PS. Footer needs a bit more top margin: https://sc.atymic.dev/9d2e19.png

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      Hi Atymic,

      Thanks for your valuable feedback. Changed a few things on the LP. I will also add more info to it in the coming week.

      About the watering hole, yeah, haha. I was like: "Everybody uses the word 'Community,' maybe I should try and call it something different."

      But you're right. Call it what it is.

      Eventually, I want to have it be a community, but at first, it will most likely only be a resource (so I'm calling it as such).

      About names, I find it difficult. The name was mostly inspired by my initial idea: Tutorials on process automation (without code) for content creators that (want to) run a business.
      Someone else indeed also thought it was a product (AI generated content).

      So I may change it. But first I need to have a more clear understanding of an (existing) audience. And that's why I am planning to talk to potential customers.

      Thanks for taking the time to check it out.

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        No worries! Good luck :)