What are your first impressions?
I was specifically looking for a tool to let me know when certain keywords come up in Reddit. Reddit has no such notification features. In fact, if you ask me, I'm not sure how Reddit survives - their search functionality and results are terrible. If you don't see it on the your homepage or on a sub-reddit homepage, then you'll likely never see it. Except, of course, if you happen to Google something that turns out to be an old archived post... 🙄
What are the first actions you take?
I look through the landing page - it appears to do what I am looking for. I must say, it was difficult finding solutions to send me notifications; so, this option came up and I didn't see any others. If there are others, then it seems this solution has the best SEO. Though, I think the SEO could be improved as it is a useful tool and any marketing manager or startup founder should have a tool like this.
- Q3: What was your journey navigating the site like? Does the flow make sense?
- Q4: Who do you believe the target audience is?
What do you believe a reasonable price is and what do you believe a high price is?
User get a couple filters of free. The pricing sharply goes up. I think because of the value customers can get, it will be easy for some to bite. Though, it still feels a little too expensive for me to pull the trigger on. Though, it does come with API endpoints and exporting features - which is really nice.
- Q6: Do you find the product desirable?
What would you change about the app?
- The App UI looks and feels a bit old
- I receive alerts to my email, but the alert makes me go to the dashboard to read the alert; I'd rather just read the alert in the email and not waste time going to the dashboard
- The web app takes a couple clicks to find new results; it's too many clicks; I'd like to see new hits on the dashboard without having to drill in further
- It'd be cool if there was a way to save or mark alerts somehow so I can hold on to more important ones