@lisadziuba Great question. Start simply without an email first just to try. And then sign-up if the user loves and needs the product or service.
This saves time, storage on both ends, then there is opportunity cost at hand. Ultimately, it would just be unnecessary when you actually think about it.
> And then sign-up if the user loves and needs the product or service.
I feel that starting without email is like doing yourself a bad favour. Without email you can not continue conversation with the user, as simple as it could be with the email.
> A sandbox is an isolated testing environment that enables users to run programs or execute files without affecting the application, system or platform on which they run. Sandbox accounts run in the same server environment as production accounts, but they use a completely separate data space
I didn't know about sandbox accounts before, so it's just easier way to make accounts?
@nik_hazell that happens with many online courses, you need to scroll to the very end of the page, read all the syllables and reviews, leave your email, request a call and maybe, somewhere in FAQ, you will find the price.
Both should be preferred to do a proper evaluation and due diligence of the product.
Demo leads to trial, trial leads to a trusted demonstration of value adds and this leads to loyal customers. A good sales funnel would work on creating more entry points for the prospects. We offer both a free demo, a free trial and have also gone ahead to give discounts to all PH users on their first subscription.
Focussing on long-term relationships, this approach works well for us. Do check out our latest launch and share your views. Would love to answer any questions that you might have.