Wow, thanks for the insights! They’re golden! Do you specialize in marketing?
In our defense, we do have a use case page (https://dynalist.io/use-cases), but I have to admit that we can spend more time polishing them and they are not as real-world as we want them to be.
Do you think it’s okay to mention relevant features below each use case though? Not saying we have to list out the features, but sometimes I find it necessary to back up our claims. If we claim we provide the fastest way to organize your stuff, we need to give some evidence/proof, don’t we? That’s something we’ve always been confused about. But I totally agree we’re mentioning features too often and prematurely, before the visitor even gets interested in our product.
We try to do that. In publicly shared documents, we have a “Copy to my Dynalist” button, which would prompt the user to sign up. We are probably not doing enough of this; the real-world examples deserve more of our attention and work.
Thanks a lot sir! That was really sobering and gave us lots of ideas.