Maybe a telegram app, like WIP? Not really into habit tracker apps, but have a little paper system that kinda works.

I like an app that has a button to cancel a service. Many apps hide the cancel button.

That looks like an excellent and well thought out start. I have two comments. 1. Maybe start with what the audience gets from the website. Learning or thought leadership are both good reasons for people to visit your site. 2. Build an audience and remember to add in a mailing list, and maybe even an email series using an autoresponder. I like Swizec site https://swizec.com/ - it is a good example of a personal website done well. Hope this helps.

Start with what you want to achieve from the website and work your way backwards. There are three types of personal sites 1. Resume / link site - these provide some background and link to social media and other sites 2. Portfolio - presents your work, services and/or products and resume type stuff 3. Blog - which includes resume, portfolio and regular content. Maybe start with thinking about which of these three types of personal websites would work best in your situation. And add some personality, something different 'cos many of these sites look so much like all the others.

Hey Ibrahim! Thanks for replying! Attached is the rough idea of how I would like the sitemap to be. Would appreciate your thoughts on it! The "Why" / Goals of what I would like to achieve with the website are in red on the top left!

In addition, I meant to ask this question in the sense of: "are there any 'best practices'" for creating a website that is geared towards personal branding? Think Wes Bos, Coding Horror, etc

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That looks like an excellent and well thought out start. I have two comments. 1. Maybe start with what the audience gets from the website. Learning or thought leadership are both good reasons for people to visit your site. 2. Build an audience and remember to add in a mailing list, and maybe even an email series using an autoresponder. I like Swizec site https://swizec.com/ - it is a good example of a personal website done well. Hope this helps.

Congrats on launching. I think the message and value proposition on your landing page could be simpler and . Something like " right message to the right person" might be a useful starting point.

How did the launch go?

It's still going :) That said I suppose it won't hurt to ask for people here to check it out -- https://www.producthunt.com/posts/pager-team

The traffic is decent, at least compared to #PagerTeam's normal traffic volume: normally I've bneen getting 5-10 users/day, so far today I have 169. Only one signup though. Not sure if that reflects a poor landing page conversion or if it's an indictment of the quality of the ProductHunt traffic. Do you have any thoughts?

Congrats on launching. I think the message and value proposition on your landing page could be simpler and . Something like " right message to the right person" might be a useful starting point.

Difficult question to answer. But, I can say this. If I am on Amazon, around $10-00. If buying from an expert on their own site, more than $10-00 is just fine (even much higher, like $99). I am not certain why, but I think I am happy paying a higher price to an expert that I have been referred to or have read some emails - they just seem more credible.