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What's the best tool for setting up "Fake Doors" for gauging user interest?

Context => https://medium.com/@tsharon/fake... I want to set up some fake doors for a niche job board I am building, to gauge interest and only build out features / functionality that the visitors will want. Is there any javascript library, or a tool or SaaS that facilitates such a thing? For some fake doors, ex: Newsletter signups, I think I would also need to collect email addresses and then gauge if enough # of people who viewed the newsletter box signed up, that it's worth while. (Also my previous Ask got a recommendation from last night and now it has disappeared?!)
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  1. I'd use Optimizely for this. They have a wysiwig editor that makes adding buttons really simple. Then you can test how many people click them (show different buttons, see who clicks what the most). It can get pretty pricy, but will be the least amount of effort. If you're looking to do a bit more work, then I'd recommend creating the buttons yourself and then using something like Mixpanel to record an event each time one is clicked.
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    Visual Website Optimizer

    A/B Testing tool (a brand new version)

    Here is another one that works well. Has better pricing than Optimizely, pretty much the same thing. When I last used it I found it a bit more difficult than Optimizely. But it's probably improved since then.
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    Strikingly

    Simple Mobile Optimized Landing Page

    IMO strikingly is the fastest, most affordable way to prototype a beautiful sign-up page or simple website. I still use it to host the sites for Morning Short, and Commute Kit, my two most successful Product Hunt landing pages. Morning Short's conversion rates are over 15% and the whole site took less than two hours to design.
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