[Edinburgh-pm] Could use some feedback
alex.brelsfoard at gmail.com
Sun Oct 14 15:56:42 PDT 2012
Yeah, if you like IGoogle, you'll probably love MoDomhan. But it really is
a poor comparison, since MoDomhan can do SO much more. But at least it can
also do exactly the same :)
I actually only added the description of the rewards/perks because they
advised you to define them in your video. If I get enough feedback in the
next couple days repeating your (and mine) point of view, then I'll likely
edit the video to cut out most of the rewards section.
I really like your idea about teaser pages. I'm working on a video tour on
MoDomhan. But that has to wait for me to pretty-up a few sections. But
doing teaser pages allows me to pick and choose those that are done enough
to display. So I might do a teaser tour, plus I'm definitely going to do
an update on indiegogo using teaser images.
So, yeah, thanks for the ideas!
On Sun, Oct 14, 2012 at 9:49 PM, Anthony Randell
<anthony.randell at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi Alex,
> 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>
> > Thanks for fixing that typo.
> > And yeah, I agree about the video length, but I don't know what to cut
> > I already cut out quite a lot of other details about the project just to
> > 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.
> > --Alex
> > On Sun, Oct 14, 2012 at 12:00 AM, Miles Gould <miles at assyrian.org.uk>
> >> 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
> >>> (http://indeigogo.com/modomhan).
> >> 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
> >> 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
> >> doesn't mean that nobody would.
> >> I'd also suggest cutting your video down to about 50% of its current
> >> length.
> >> Miles
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