January 31, 2018 at 10:38 am #1804
This landing page made a big impact on me.
“Nobody wants to be on your website.
They’d rather be on Facebook or Instagram or YouTube.
Those places are better than your website. They’re faster, there’s more to do, and they come with friends.
A handful of companies essentially won the Internet. They have all the people now. And their algorithms determine what gets seen.
Is this ideal? Probably not. But we’re realists. And we still want good ideas and good people to be noticed.
We work with a small group of clients to spread ideas.
Maybe we can work with you, too.”
Would love your thoughts.
January 31, 2018 at 1:19 pm #1805
Mitchell SmithParticipant3 #believe points
The site is very basic. Thanks for copying the description so I did not have to after all leave this site. Must be everything they are currently doing is very personalized or though auto responders. It really dose not tell how there service can help it just shows a problem.
January 31, 2018 at 2:46 pm #1806
My pleasure, Mitchell, thanks for your feedback.
The site is made by one of the founders of Upworthy.com, so he has a lot of knowledge about viral posts, social media, and the web. His point is people don’t need websites longer than a single page, because everyone would rather stay on social media. I believe he’s implying he can solve the problem, the same way he did for Upworthy.
Food for thought.
January 31, 2018 at 4:38 pm #1807
Zach BucklerParticipant11 #believe points
I feel like the copy is clear and easily understood. But I wonder if more of an explanation for their solution should be said at the end.
February 1, 2018 at 5:34 am #1808
Zeno NieuwenhuisParticipant45 #believe points
To me it feels like they just stated some things that I was already aware of without any solutions or explanations of what they may provide. So to be frank, to me it feels like a whole lot of nothing.
February 1, 2018 at 6:16 am #1809
MihovilKeymaster107 #believe points
“Nobody wants to be on your website.” – It all depends on what website is supposed to have. For example, if the website contains the archive of some sort, there is no way social media can replace it.
As for the linked website itself, it tells me nothing. It is like “Hey, I am so cool, I will change your life.” – “How?” – “Send me a message first.” – “Naaah…” 😀
February 1, 2018 at 8:59 am #1811
Thanks for the responses. Food for thought 🙂
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