Edwin Klesman
owns www.eekayonline.com | team lead | maker | apps | SaaS | cross-platform | mobiledev | The Netherlands
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My first 30 second thoughts:

  • wow, you can find them out of thin air? Who are you, Hans Klok the magician?
  • Use the machine to find prospects? I want to read you either work your ass off for me or have an automated solution with the stats to prove one of them will get me x prospects in a month
  • No pricing? I would not going in when I don't get an indication of what it would cost to get the gains from your services... That feels like obligating myself to a blank contract. No way, Jose.
  • Ow, and the visuals? I love the guy in the mountains and all the freedom it expresses, but then I get trapped into city life again?.

-/ROAST-

Think of how you want the reader to feel, check how you can show them what they'll be in for (what gains are there) and how much it might cost them ( or how they payment structure is setup).
And tell them straight out what value you provide and how that works.

All the best with your services! ✌🏻

Thank you Edwin, very helpful. Great that you like the guy on the mountain :) Pricing and specifics missing - I read you, am working hard to figure this out right now ;)

Yes; you can do it by adding "canonical_url: your_url_here" in the heading section...

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A definable deliverable: you enter data and get a file (image/data/...) as output. Or an overview or insight.

Undefinable deliverable: you fill in information or contact the owner and you get consultancy that will help you reach your goal(s)..

IMHO: .io if the site is about data/file interaction (providing info, getting something out of it) interaction.

.co if it is about a service where the service itself is the product and not a "upfront definable deliverable".

πŸ€” makes sense?

Could you give me an example of "upfront definable deliverable"? because I'm also considering .co, and I wonder if I should go with it.

A definable deliverable: you enter data and get a file (image/data/...) as output. Or an overview or insight.

Undefinable deliverable: you fill in information or contact the owner and you get consultancy that will help you reach your goal(s)..

Thanks for shedding some light on this for me (in plain English)πŸ™ŒπŸ» I'm looking into affiliate programs and for paid content like online courses, eBook etc. but I'll focus on some audience and traction first. Thanks again!

I tweeted Ray (@rwenderlich) from the Ray Wenderlich platform.. awesome content for noobs and profis.. Might have budget for such domain purchase

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It sounds cheesy, but it's about 80/20... if you can achieve 80% of what you want to gain (more traction, more paying users, more happy users, ..) with implementing something then that should give you direction.

Find out if there is a need for a feature and check if people would want to put down cash for it. If not, wait until a larger userbase is present else give it a shot.