[Edinburgh-pm] Could use some feedback
anthony.randell at gmail.com
Sun Oct 14 13:49:22 PDT 2012
I currently use Igoogle so will have to move to something when they
decommission it - planning to use an RSS reader of some description.
MoDomhan looks interesting, but challenging to realise!
Agree about cutting down the video length and suggest you cut down the
description of the backer level benefits (maybe just state by getting
in early you get access to some special and exclusive benefits and you
help steer the direction of ... etc ). That all can change (e.g.
first 900 backers signed up) and it's easier to keep one page in sync
than to edit and repost your video.
Also put up modomhan teaser pages (static) with more details on the
key points (e.g. customisation, flexibility, onselling widgets etc).
On 14 October 2012 00:11, Alex Brelsfoard <alex.brelsfoard at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for fixing that typo.
> And yeah, I agree about the video length, but I don't know what to cut out.
> I already cut out quite a lot of other details about the project just to get
> the video that short....
> True that IGoogle was very similar, but you didn't have the control that
> MoDomhan has, plus it's easier to build widgets for MoDomhan, and you can do
> more with them.
> But it's still not going to appeal to everyone.
> Again, Thanks.
> On Sun, Oct 14, 2012 at 12:00 AM, Miles Gould <miles at assyrian.org.uk> wrote:
>> On 13/10/12 23:42, Alex Brelsfoard wrote:
>>> I'm trying to go live with a big new project (written in Perl), and I'm
>>> using crowd sourcing to get it off the ground
>> Typo there: I think you meant http://indiegogo.com/modomhan.
>> Google have a build-your-own-portal-out-of-widgets site called iGoogle - I
>> was surprised to find that it still exists, I haven't used it in so long.
>> IIRC they pushed it quite hard at one stage, but it's being discontinued at
>> the end of next year. Similarly, I don't think I'd use MoDomhan, but that
>> doesn't mean that nobody would.
>> I'd also suggest cutting your video down to about 50% of its current
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