A tool to get feedback on your landing pages/ creative/ ad copy before you launch from real users – gauging interest

Forum White Hat SEO PPC A tool to get feedback on your landing pages/ creative/ ad copy before you launch from real users – gauging interest

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    seohelper
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    I’m making a PPC focused video feedback tool. There’s awesome tools out there like [trymyui](https://www.trymyui.com/), but I’ve found the majority of them to be too expensive (aimed towards dedicated UX teams), and none of them really play well with PPC.

    Now of course you can test, test, and keep testing to improve campaigns, but the value I’ve found in using a tool that gets real user feedback is finding fresh perspectives or campaign ideas that I never would have seen- and that competitors were ignoring.

    [Link to the survey](https://forms.gle/a89zZ5FnFxRj2xJA9). Feel free to answer one or all of the questions

    The tool does the following:

    – Collects video feedback on landing pages/ funnels

    – Allows filtering by demographic

    – Mock a funnel where someone first sees your ad, clicks to the page, and then talks about what they feel and think of the experience.

    The reasons this might be useful to you are:

    – Moving into an industry where you don’t have much experience and want to get feedback on landing pages

    – Get pre-launch feedback to help shape how pain points are addressed

    – Find motivating factors within a conversion

    – Any other due diligence for internal reasons or to look good to clients (with white label options)

    [Link to the survey](https://forms.gle/a89zZ5FnFxRj2xJA9). Feel free to answer one or all of the questions

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    If you find this intriguing and might want to be more involved (maybe you’re using another tool and want to save a buttload of money), shoot me a message and we can work out potentially providing the service at cost for life.

    #5686
    StonemasonBureaucrat

    Does it cost less than each click would? If so, by how much?

    If not much: why not test in live users and generate leads/sales as a side-effect?

    #5685
    EmoIgnite

    Just did the survey.

    This would be useful in many ways. UX is great and always needs to be accounted for, especially when there are multiple options or pathways, but when you’re looking to dial in on a specific goal such as a landing page, one tiny error can cost you thousands in wasted spend.

    It would also be great as a loss leader for me to show clients with hard evidence why they need to invest in their landing pages

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