Share your product here to get support, feedback, users (w/c 25 November)
Hi Makers! This thread is dedicated to you if you are: (1) launching soon or recently launched (2) looking for beta users (3) asking for feedback on a landing page First, start by helping out another maker. You can check out their launch, give their product a review or share a comment on their launch post. Once you've helped someone else out, share your product link here and BE SPECIFIC about who your target audience is and how we can help.
CMO at Sales.Rocks
great to see You open this thread @aaronoleary 👍 😺 I've just recently published the Upcoming page for our b2b Platform Sales.Rocks https://www.producthunt.com/upco.... We are launching a new module mid of December and giving subscribers testing access. What do you think I can optimize better on the page to make it more attractive? 🤔 Also, feel free to test out the platform on https://app.sales.rocks/. 👨🚀🚀
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@okarpov the landing page is too text heavy .. I'd suggest you hero section focus on the 1 heading (5 words max) .. "time tracker for trello" is good .. and 1 subheading (12-15 words max) .. something like "Intelligent time estimate generator and tracker for your trello task list" .. and you call to action button "See us in action: Login to trello" You don't need to give details on your features on the landing hero .. It can be moved down in the page. The rest of the page is text heavy too .. you should create a small section for each feature .. and try and condense the section in 12-15 words with a gif / image highlighting the feature. https://divshow.bytebeacon.com for your review
@hanspagel Beautiful page! Loved the details with animations (especially the instructional gifs and the nice touch with attention-grabbing icons swapping). Checked it out on various devices, looks well-optimized for mobile as well! Awesome, clean and aesthetically pleasing design. Overall I personally can't see any improvements needed atm. Congrats on this awesome product!
PhD A.I., UCL, co-founder Persuadr.ai
@hanspagel I think the landing page is great. I'm a bit concerned about showing up the price at the very beginning though. I'm not sticking my neck out too much saying that $30 is unusually high for small tools, and it's not obvious that Mouseless is more than that from just the headline. It might divert people straight away because of the price point of what they expect this to be before knowing what it actually is.
@hanspagel Excellent landing page! I'd have to agree with @emmanuelhadoux in perhaps moving the price a bit lower on the page. The interactive training seems incredibly useful, and conveying that utility first and foremost might result in better reception when visitors see the price point. Congrats on the launch!
Head Honcho at Cookt
Hey guys - So a random hunter launched my project www.cookt.co.uk last week on a Monday night at 10pm, which is obviously really bad timing. I had a launch planned for this week, and need to take down the original post so I can get it posted by a proper hunter. Does anyone know how I can do this? Super thanks in advance :)
Head Honcho at Cookt
@ebrahimkhalil cheers man. Nah, wasn't able to fix it. Bad PH launch. oh well. Glad you like it. Yes it simplifies instructions massively. Less stress, less mess, easy cooking. You can also filter recipe results by ingredient number, so less ingredients = easier to cook. Let me know if you manage to cook anything, would love to hear if it was useful or not 😄
@tinymusiclama Love the design of the product, great work! My only feedback is on the second sentence of the call to action. "Experience the new audio interface that makes communication effortless, faster, and non-distracting." I'd say that the way you described it on this comment is much more enticing, "We're making the first all-day wearable audio headphones that leave your ears open to hear the world around you."
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@tinymusiclama .. Very interesting! After reading the landing I really wanted to experience the feeling, but its unfortunate that I can't do that online. The closest to this would be to place a video of a new user using the device and capturing their response. On the landing itself: 1 suggestion I have is your text talks about a lot of abstract activities. If you give real use case example, the experience for the visitor becomes more private. For e.g.: Your text: "Switch between different activities seamlessly. Connect with your favorite AI assistant, receive ambient notifications, or make a quick call while keeping your hands free. Anytime." A possible suggestion (needs review and editing): "Seamlessly switch from your spotify session to pickup that urgent call from your friend to plan your dinner and add it to your calendar. All while keeping your hands free!" https://divshow.bytebeacon.com for your review
Dashly Chatbot is live today!
Would be pleased to receive a feedback on our landing page "Alternative to Intercom". We know that a lot of small teams Intercom could not afford it when the customer base grows or after the early stage period. We have the landing page to explain how Dashly could solve the same problems that Intercom does: https://www.dashly.io/dashly-vs-... Thanks for your feedback!
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@roman_eaton "7 days of unlimited free trial" seems a little confusing. The page doesn't really mention if there is a free plan or not and what offers are part of that tier. Also there is a lot of focus on rashly being intercom alternative. I'd suggest you focus on user communication tool and have a blog post comparing with intercom (and other user communication tools in the market). Your differentiator seems to be pricing .. Small businesses might give you a try, but i'm not sure if bigger deals will crack just because of pricing (support might play a big role). https://divshow.bytebeacon.com for your review
@roman_eaton Hey this is awesome! We actually stopped using intercom because it was becoming prohibitively expensive. A couple points of feedback: 1.) I feel like there might be a better way of marketing yourself as an Intercom alternative rather than it being the main message on the landing page. I realize they're a market leader, but more focus on why your product is amazing would be a better hook (I like your existing landing page more). Maybe a better spot for some of the intercom vs dashly copy would be on the pricing page. 2.) The image on the price comparison is a bit blurry. Might be better to just have that as text rather than an image. This product looks great though! I'm going to look into this :)
Tripsha (group travel that puts the group fit first, itinerary second!) just launched Matches, a free service where we deliver you connections to likeminded travelers and hand-picked group travel opportunities on a monthly basis. I'd love feedback on which onboarding form to use - specifically Typeform vs Google Forms as we've had people say they prefer the all-on-one-page format, whereas up until now Typeform has been our go to builder: Typeform: https://tinyurl.com/matchesbytri... Google Form: https://tinyurl.com/tripshamatches Please be the vote-breaker in our team!
Bookworm & SEO
@cassie_shih1 Oh no! I'm getting 'resource unavailable' from the Google Form option. ☹️ As a person born with wheels for feet, I love this idea! 😍 I like how the questionnaire went over all the different trip-planning options you can have to match with another person. I didn't get to see the Google Forms version, but I would first look at your Analytics to see if you get more mobile or desktop traffic. I've noticed that mobile users prefer conversational forms, like Typeform, for showing one question at a time. I have to ask though, especially since my comment here was about MightyForms, why did you choose to not have the form embedded in your website? 🤔
Bookworm & SEO
Hi all! 👋 Thanks @aaronoleary for setting this up! 👍 We launched a powerful drag and drop online form builder here and we're getting ready to launch the MightyForms 2.0😸🚀 The builder is focused on increasing lead-capturing and solving workflow automation for small to medium-sized businesses. We're building MightyForms to be the whole package, so any feedback at all on our page, our features, is more than welcome. 🤗 Check out the builder here: app.mightyforms.com
@aaronoleary @laura_pompeu - I am a longtime Gravity Forms (WordPress) user. I am probably not the audience for this. I have a question - who uses a hosted form with a monthly recurring fee? Hope that does not sound too snarky - it is not intended to be snarky or in anyway negative. Just trying to understand what use case this solves.
Bookworm & SEO
@aaronoleary @ebrahimkhalil Hey, I get it, no need to apologize. It's great to get some insight on what goes through a visitor's head when they see MightyForms😸 So a monthly subscription can solve a number of problems: Scenario 1: User is unhappy with current form builder and wants to try another one, but doesn't want to make the yearly commitment until they are sure of its efficiency. Scenario 2: User just needs a professional-looking registration, sign up or survey form to gather data for a specific event and for a short amount of time. Scenario 3: User is a Freelancer or early startup and can only make very short-term cost commitments. And so on. 🤷 These are just some examples off the top of my head. I do agree with you, that an annual subscription makes more sense, which is why we offer it too. (It's also a WP plugin, btw: https://wordpress.org/plugins/mi...) Can I ask something? What's the best part about Gravity Forms for you, specifically?
Hello everyone, I recently did a big redesign of my iPad app, Re:Schedule. Re:Schedule is a calendar that does two things: 1, It brings the tools and information you need for your meetings into your calendar 2, It organizes this information by your schedule so you can find things easily and as you need them. It is an app meant for coordinators - people who spend about 80% of their day in meetings coordinating teams. Eg, team leaders, product managers, etc. Video: https://youtu.be/LIves92VG40 Website: https://www.reschedule.app App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/... I would love to get your feedback on the product and am also looking for beta testers.
@girish_w this looks like a nicely designed app that brings calendar and tasks together. and brings meeting notes into the app. overall, this is great. the calendar view where the number of tasks per day is listed is super impressive. i however was left with one question - can i collaborate with the team once i have assigned the task?
Electronics Engineer, with a bit of ADD
Hi PH community! If you are interested in meal planning and staying healthy I would really appreciate your input on our app. You can have a quick look here - https://goodlifesoft.com/mealy-m... Currently we have a Beta available if you are interested, sadly only on Android, but if you want to check it out DM me your e-mail and I will send you the link for Google play! Thank you!
Maker and Growth Marketer
https://www.seesnap.com We are in the process of rebuilding the landing page to describe more about who we are, but in short we are leveraging the power of photos to help you get stuff done at work and at home, and make the world a better place at the same time. More info coming soon, but we are looking for people interested in being extremely early users to something that will be big! Thanks!
Hey everyone! Soon we will be launching Glimpse, a website where you can design and order augmented reality enabled business cards! (no app required 😃) We're looking for feedback, trying to identify points of friction and confusion with using our product and while browsing our website. Our target audience leans towards the established professional (25-50) who likes cool things and is interested in unique ways to stand out while networking. You can check out our website and even test your own card before purchasing https://www.glimpsecard.com/
@averycarter Very cool! Granting the permissions required to display AR content (sensors, cameras) might be an area of friction, especially if the end user is not familiar with AR. I think it would help if prior to requesting the permissions, the user is shown a brief animation or image that illustrates how it works. Another neat application for this would be stickers. I'd love to just post these around town. Great work!
@bullishonlife Thanks for the feedback! Yea the permissions bit is hard to get around, but that's a good idea to educate the user before they go through that. The difficult part is that this ideally used while networking, so balancing onboarding vs quickness is a tough situation. I'll definitely give this some thought going forward!