Okay, here`s the main problem I see: the term "genius," as you`re using
it in context, carries a very strong connotation of satire, like "Nice
move, genius!" I get where you`re going, but you`re going to have to
add some content to take the edge off, otherwise, you`re going to
alienate a large percentage of first-time visitors.
- What does our product do?
It appears to be something like "Go to meeting," where people can work online in a virtual office?
- What does it cost to subscribe?
- What is an example use case?
- Did you see a screenshot?
- Did you think "hey this is neat"?
On a scale of 1-10 as applied to getting me excited right out of the box, I`d give it a 3
I read your home-page content, and really didn`t understand where this
was all going. It was only when I clicked the "Become a genius" link
that I started getting a "sense" of what was going on. I didn`t
particularly explore any further because you asked for a quick
I`d say that as it stands, it`s not compelling. It`s a great idea, and
the best page on the site is the "Features" page. That should be moved
to the front, get a copywriter for the 2 paragraphs of intro, and put
the features just as you have them, "below the fold" on the main page.
Keep the tab, as a redundant option for people who want to return to
those features later.