VIDEO: AnGage.net Review | Website First Dates

VIDEO: AnGage.net Review | Website First Dates

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AnGage.net Review | Website First Dates

Welcome back to Website First Dates! This it’s David’s first time with AnGage.net!

In these fun bitesize episodes we will review the websites and landing pages of exciting new tech companies and give them a score out of 10.

Do they succeed with basic user testing? How well optimised are the landing pages? Does the page pass the 5 second test? How was the onboarding experience? Do we have a good user experience? Is it a nice user interface?

Time to review AnGage.net!

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3 Replies to “VIDEO: AnGage.net Review | Website First Dates”

  1. Hey there! I'm Mike, the founder of Angage.net and subscriber of the channel since 2 months I think 😛

    Thanks for reviewing my website! It's not you, it's actually my fault.
    I'm bootstrapping Angage (I do the marketing, the coding, the support, etc) and trying to make the best of it =)
    Logo and name were 2-seconds purchases (I like to focus on developing the product and validate it with sales first, then all the rest)

    Thanks for your feedback which I will happily take on board. Hope I can score higher next time!

    The site does exactly what you said, but what really differentiates it is that it tracks products of 500,000+ stores and real sale orders of about 100,000 stores. This way it's really easy to know what products are selling the most across all the stores =)

    Keep up the series and have a good day!
    Mike