Exposure Cards

Get free publicity & discover underrated content ⚡️

#2 Product of the DayFebruary 25, 2018

Explore underrated & interesting content from all over the Internet, and submit your own to get free exposure, starting at 50 clicks.

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Hi everyone! 👋 After over 5 months of work, I'm very happy to announce the launch of Exposure Cards, a platform to find underrated content from the web & at the same time get exposure to your own, in a Stumbleupon-ish way. Feel free to leave feedback as I plan to further improve the site & possibly introduce smaller & cheaper plans for exposure ^^
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Feel free to use the code "phunt" for $15 off... :)
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@tcodinat Way to go Toni, looks great.
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Looks rad! Congrats on the launch, @tcodinat 🎉
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That’s sick man! Keep it up 👍🏻
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Hey awesome product man! Keep smashing it. Few bits from me, - Clicking load more throws up a alert() message. - $149 for a feature seems a little steep for a brand new site. Especially with less than 30 followers + not much website traffic at the moment. However, it's your site and you decide how much you charge :) - That's just my 2 cents. - I had an issue where, when I got to the submit page, the page was lagging hard. - Lastly In mobile the logo should link back to the homepage. For me, thats a deal breaker. Stops me exploring the site. Great job man, can't wait to see what the future holds for this! If you want to discuss anything shoot me a DM on Twitter. 🤙🏽
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@rhysbeingsocial Thanks Rhys! That first point you brought up was embarrassing - forgot to look into it before publishing (it happens when you work solo I guess!). 149$ was a tough price to set, my reasoning for it was: 1) Trying to not be a plan for the average user (only for startups, will add more affordable options later) 2) I'm only looking for a couple promotions at a time, so if I make it ~50$ it can happen that more than 2 are featured simultaneously, whereas a price like 149$ already makes it more exclusive & less common to pay for 3) Better set the price high than too low, and have to increase it (which isn't received well) 4) I think of the startup plan as a way to pay for an advertising spot in the site but with guaranteed clicks & a long time period (specially in the archives) so I think it has to be relatively high (+ for the amount of clicks it is actually very reasonable, according to research I've done) As per the issue in the submit page, it might have happened because of all the fancy GIFs loading, which is something I should look into (possibly only working when you hover). Finally I do agree that it would make sense that the logotype links back to the homepage, forgot to add this in specially for the submit page where it would come in handy. Thanks for your in-depth review! ^^
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@rhysbeingsocial @tcodinat I tried to submit my site and the input box flagged up red with the exclamation warning triangle icon. The url is valid.
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@rhysbeingsocial @mickc79 Hm, that's odd. What URL did you try to insert?
Great job!! I would love for free version !! 😊
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