August 20, 2019

New landing page, what do you think?

Fiona Whittington @fionaw

We just brought a designer onto our team and one of her first projects was to revamp our landing page, www.thebit.tech. What do you think? From what you can glean from our website, do you understand the problem our product solves and how? What could we add to make the landing page more effective?

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