Any advice on landing page?https://triplesolid.com/solution/

MinaFung's profile thumbnail
Visually, love the landing page. However, it's hard to give effective feedback without a basic understanding of the context you operate with. Let's try reverse engineering.1. Who is the landing page for (yes, just think of your audience as 1 person)2. What is it for? I think you have this part.3. Why you? your unique value proposition4. Why now? what's the urgent problem you're solving for your customer?
dawnduhaney's profile thumbnail
I find the advice from "Harry's Marketing Examples" on landing pages good -https://twitter.com/goodmarketinghq/status/1352297586225504257?lang=en All the best on your venture!
ToryWobber's profile thumbnail
The visuals and design scan super well! A few thoughts, in case they're helpful:For buttons (call to actions), use action verbs. What will I get by clicking? Something like "learn more" can help folks engage with the content.Help startups and SMBs...to do what? What solution do you offer? This aligns with what @MinaFung posted on value prop. Nit: I'd have bigger font differentiation between the title and subtitle if you can.