What are your first impressions?
The hawk is cool looking! Looking at the homepage, there wasn't really much to tell me what product or service Hypefury offers. There is a line that says it will help me become successful online - but that can mean a lot of things! The line on growing twitter audience and the 14-day free trial displays just below the fold on my screen.
What are the first actions you take?
- The first actions I take is to scroll down the homepage, learn more about the product.
- I glance at the success stories - but they seem a bit long and one of the pictures is missing
- I watch the short little video of something being added to an interface.
- I like the line about spending less time on twitter and creating more value
- The features and the trailing success stories are great; though, the CTA at the end for some reason doesn't entice me to click on it; so, from here I got the the header and click through the main nav
- Features and pricing - why not add a new pricing card for the mini accounts?
- I like that you have a page dedicated to early adopters, that's pretty cool
- I then click on Grow Twitter account, which was very informative; I love that education and not being behind an auth gate I'm sure will help with SEO - this is probably my favorite page on the website which then does entice me to create a free account
- I then sign up using my twitter account and poke around
- I like that there is more gated education content available
What would you change about the website?
- The success stories I'd move lower on the homepage; I don'y yet really know what the product is, what the received value is so the success stories don't really entice me at this point; plus a couple of them are a little long and one is missing an image. There are more success stories on the bottom which seem more appropriately placed.
- It would also be cool if the twitter handles were clickable so I can see their twitter pages
- The value statements visually look a bit off the way they are styled; mainly, the center alignment. They are also longer than I'd want to read on a homepage
- The video is cool - but kinda small, hard for me to see what's going on
What would you change about the app?
- Random question; I've noticed this too with Buffer, but why the seemingly random tweet times at 8:04, 10:01, etc? Is that just to not look like a robot?
- The add new tweet button is in a strange position - on composer, the plus appears on top right of modal hugging the close modal button
- A giphy integration would be cool!
- I tried retweeting, which worked as expected; though, it be awesome to be able to retweet with comment - I didn't see how to do that
- The article on the main website on how to increase your twitter audience spoke of being notified when someone popular posts so you can jump on it; it'd be cool if there was a way that Hypefury could help with that