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Slot Machine Supplier - Landing Page

  • 03-11-2013 11:27pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 63 ✭✭✭ decbrad


    Hi, I have just finished the redesign of a service that I have very successfully operated in Italy for the last 2 years. It's basically a landing page targeting bar/pub/cafe owners with our gaming solutions.

    It's a simple concept... I advertise the site on Google, specifically targeting bar owners. They then visit us where they can then estimate how much income their bar could generate through slot and gaming solutions. If they then express an interest, I then pass their details onto my clients, who supply the equipment and service the client, and I then charge my client a finder fee! As I said, works great in Italy! I'm Irish by the way!

    Apart from the actual design and concept itself, just wondering if there is there a market for this in Ireland. In the UK, there is for sure!

    Anyway, i'd really appreciate some feedback on the site before I send it out into the real world.

    Thanks in advance!
    Dec

    Test URL - http://www.declanbradley.com/slots/
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  • Very slick design. The income estimator is a great call to action.

    Great to see these types of ventures. Similar to drop-shipping, I suppose.

    Not sure if there's a market in Ireland - try the entrepreneurial forum.

    Also, check out Google keyword planner to see if people are searching for related keywords in Ireland.

    Good luck with it.




  • Nice.

    A few notes:

    No Responsive Design which is pretty much a must these days.

    Form layout is broken in FF24.

    GREAT has similar treatment as links.

    Make anchor text better, no 'click here'.

    Be sure to provide decent contact and about info when you get to that stage.

    Why not use html5?




  • tricky D wrote: »
    Nice.
    Thanks for the feedback Tricky!!!
    A few notes:

    No Responsive Design which is pretty much a must these days.
    For sure! Working on a responsive version at the moment!

    Form layout is broken in FF24.
    Yeah! There's a few issues on Safari that need to be ironed out too!

    GREAT has similar treatment as links.
    Not sure I follow!??

    Make anchor text better, no 'click here'.
    Think i'll leave as is! but thanks for comment!

    Be sure to provide decent contact and about info when you get to that stage.

    Good point! The site was put together so quickly that there's a ton of optimisations needed! Will probably strip it right back!

    Why not use html5?
    See above!




  • The orange GREAT with underline looks like a link when it isn't.




  • Very slick design. The income estimator is a great call to action.

    Yeah! Thanks! The concept has worked extremely well in Italy! Now i'm expanding on the idea to make it more international


    Great to see these types of ventures. Similar to drop-shipping, I suppose.
    Yeah! There's a lot of work required on the networking side of things! It's not a put it up there and forget about it business!

    Not sure if there's a market in Ireland - try the entrepreneurial forum.
    Will do! Still working on the logistical side of things!

    Also, check out Google keyword planner to see if people are searching for related keywords in Ireland.
    Cheers! Good point!

    Good luck with it.
    Thanks! Appreciate it!


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  • Ahh! Gotcha!

    Cheers!




  • Very slick design. The income estimator is a great call to action.

    Yeah! Thanks! The concept has worked extremely well in Italy! Now i'm expanding on the idea to make it more international


    Great to see these types of ventures. Similar to drop-shipping, I suppose.
    Yeah! There's a lot of work required on the networking side of things! It's not a put it up there and forget about it business!

    Not sure if there's a market in Ireland - try the entrepreneurial forum.
    Will do! Still working on the logistical side of things!

    Also, check out Google keyword planner to see if people are searching for related keywords in Ireland.
    Cheers! Good point!

    Good luck with it.
    Thanks! Appreciate it!


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