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A remote learning tool that makes it easy for educators to run online classes with built-in support for payments and student management.
This is great. I find this slightly shorter version a bit more compelling: "A remote learning platform with built-in support for streaming, payments and student management." The site looks great!
Small nit -- in the FAQ section, you don't need to put "Ans" -- it's implied. Cheers!
@elpis are you still working on this?
Yeah, but we changed the name to Klas. It's now a platform for running cohort-based courses. Our software brings together everything you need to run a cohort: payments, live classes, calendaring, and student management. You can learn more here: tryklas.com
Why are you asking?
Your derscription is very clear. I would just play around with the wording a bit e.g. "Elips makes it easy for educators to run online classes through seamless built-in payments, streaming support, and student management tools."
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Why do you feel you need to make volunteers parenthetical? Would either be strong about it or not mention it at all, erring 100% toward just being totally up front and unapologetic.
I think we in the UK are always apologetic unlike the Americans. Not sure why. I'm actually Sri Lankan but lived here for 30+ years - only first 20 years in Sri Lanka.
Ok, here goes
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Thanks for pointing this out.
A CRM where job-seekers can track their applications and get hired for their dream job faster.
Oh cool. This is pretty straightforward and solid, although I think the "get hired for their dream job faster" may not be necessary; how does it help you get hired faster? Just by being more organized, or is there an added layer that improves efficacy?
For some reason, I like the idea of a "reverse CRM" which is (kind of?) what this is?
What do you think of this: "A reverse CRM for job-seekers." Probably confuses things and boring...
This is actually what we use a lot of the time! Or, "An ATS for job applications." Is another one we use.
Credit to @daniel for our working that into the one liner.
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Thanks for pointing this out! We hadn't heard of them before. Good to see validation.
Wrky.ai helps Startups & SMBs to enable a skill-led bias-free talent screening to build & develop greater teams. (www.wrky.ai)
Hmmmm it's just a mouth full as it is. Cool idea though and crisp site. I actually find the messaging on your site super clear. Feel like there's no need to improve on Intelligent Talent Screening, but maybe just me?
It probably is. Sometimes I forget to put really put my feet in the shoes of the customer.
It's hard to do.
For the landing page maybe, "Skill based talent screening to build better teams."
This is a great rendition. You miss the "GPT-3" // "Intelligent" aspect, but maybe you don't need it.
Management Solutions(SaaS) for non-profit organizations starting with Parent Teacher Organizations(www.RunPTO.com) and Home Owner Associations(www.RunHOA.com).
This looks cool. Any traction? For the PTO can you come up with something better than "You care how you run your Parent Teacher Organization"? Like "Organize and Manage Your PTO better & faster with RunPTO" Start Now (No CC Required). The background pic doesn't really flow with the text but that's just me.
Yep, I agree that title could be snappier. I'd love if it was something triggering for the type-a parents who run those things. Something to really appeal to the helicopter dad / mom.
Thanks. We have 10 paid subscribers for RunPTO as of now. The intent of the line 'You care how you run your Parent Teacher Organization' with the photo of mother and child in the background is to connect emotionally ..the subliminal message being sent to the parent is you want to care about your PTO because the PTO activities are for your kids and you want the best for your PTO.
https://murmurcars.com Customer Data platform to bridge outdoor advertising with online
I am vaguely familiar with your project. I believe you are giving advertisers access to billboards on taxis. Is that right? If so, I'd just be up front about that.
Maybe: "Create and manage ads on taxicabs."
True bonding for remote teams.
Simple. Nice. Probably the most succinct on this thread. Out of curiosity, how did you land on "True" as the first word?
Thanks. I thought of 'true friends', I guess.
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What about "Production-ready Jupyter notebook automations." Is that a good description of the company. I do agree that the current description may be a bit too broad? (I'm also not a data scientist and don't use Jupyter so may not be the best to ask.)
I immediately think of AWS when I read this description. A suite of tools including databases, automation tools and AI models to slip into my project.
How can you narrow the scope a bit? Seems like Jupyter notebooks play a key role in the work. I think it's probably fine to mention Jupyter directly in your one-liner? (esp since that technology is open source and not a competitor).
MeetBit is a scheduling solution for sales teams within your email workflow. It allows you to send meeting options and instantly schedule meetings inside the emails you send.
Definitely can narrow this one down.
Keywords: scheduling, in-email, sales teams.
Output: MeetBit is an in-email scheduling tool for sales teams.
I like the keywords approach. Will use that in the future.
Wow, this is changes the ball game. Thank you very much! We might as well start using that as our one-liner from now on.
"Your bucket list, gamified."
"Compete with friends to check off items on your bucket list."
Interesting. What's the site? That second line is pretty straightforward and seems to encapsulate well.
I'll start. "Move is a personal development company focused on 6 categories that connect people to the best products, tools, and resources for those categories."
Immediate thoughts are that you don't mention what the 6 categories are. If you don't mention them, are they actually relevant?
To be honest, I have no idea what the product is from that description. Is it a self-help marketplace? That's what I gather. I could argue that Strava, Robinhood and Calm are all personal development companies.
Mind explaining it a bit further? (the site was down)
Eager to hear! Great question!
I know it's definitely vague so I'm still working on it. The categories are health & fitness, personal finance, career, business, technology, and hobbies. It is a self-help marketplace but with the best products that give tangible results in those categories and subcategories.
The problem I'm trying to solve is people don't know how to improve their lives.
Cool. The immediate line that comes to mind is "All-in-one self-help marketplace."
I'm trying to stay away from "self-help" plus putting an emphasis on community. My vision is a community of people who want to improve themselves and/or help others do the same.
I agree.. self-help doesn't have the most exciting connotations. I do think "personal development" is a little too vague though?
Maybe "All-in-one personal growth marketplace." Still don't love it..
ha ha. I know. It's a work in progress
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Defter Notes: Digital papers and spaces on your iPad. https://defternotes.com
I am having trouble imagining what your product does just from the description. To me "digital papers" means scientific research papers and "digital spaces" means online social environments (like VRChat or spatial.chat). So the description can definitely be interpreted in a number of different ways.
https://defternotes.com Defter Notes: Gesture based, handwritten note taking and free-floating organizing app for iPad.
Just looking at the website now, I don't see "gesture-based" ... what do you mean by this and "free floating"
Taking my queue from jun-s below...
Keywords: Note-taking, iPad, gesture-based.
Output: Defter Notes is a gesture-based notes app for the iPad.
:) Looks good! Nice simplifications. Am also curious about free-floating and handwritten and gesture based.
The thing about "free-floating" is it's realistically moveable as in real paper.. Maybe something like "Defter Notes: Take digital handwritten notes on your iPad, just like real paper."
So this is more of a canvas that you can write on? Perhaps...
Defter Notes is an open canvas for your notes, built for iPad users.
Thank you for the feedback, I gather that it should be even simpler. Would you say "gesture based" sounds too technical jargon?
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