* Plaid — https://plaid.com
* Airtable — https://airtable.com
* Blogsend — http://blogsend.io
* Twist — https://twist.com
* Humaaans ("dopey cartoon people" as a design product) — https://www.humaaans.com/
* Personas ("dopey cartoon people" as an avatar) — https://personas.draftbit.com/
* Pastel (recently refreshed their site) — https://web.archive.org/web/20180203192541/https://usepastel.com/
* User Testing (recently refreshed their site) — http://web.archive.org/web/20190201001118/https://www.usertesting.com/
We Just opened up NextStep for anyone to try.
NextStep is a tool built to help SaaS companies improve their conversion rates. This is achieved by allowing companies to show targeted call to actions on the site itself. These CTAs can be used to nudge users to signup for a trial or promote content, webinars or mailing lists. More importantly, they can even be used to help the user through the funnel. Have a user who has only read blogs but never gone to your pricing page or sign-up page? Take them to a case study to help them make a decision. Have someone who has been to the pricing page multiple times? Ask them to signup for a personalized demo or offer them a discount.
The use cases are endless, the more content you have the more nudges you can build.
We have deep integrations with tools like Calendly, MailChimp, etc planned so that you can provide your users with the best experience.
Looking for Beta users and feedback
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So, as a user wanting to find out what your product is about, I go to your website to find out more. As I'm reading, it pops up a message saying "Please visit our blog to know more about NextStep" – which is exactly what I was trying to do when it interrupted my efforts.
(So the website doesn't let me know more about the product then, since you're telling me to visit the blog instead?)
To be clear, my feedback as a user of the website:
1. Don't interrupt me as I'm reading.
2. I don't want to be put into a funnel. Just give me the information without tricks.
Also I did end up pasusing a bunch of campaigns which we used to demo the feaure itself.
Are you aware of, or did you consider the historical context behind this name? (the operating system, NeXTSTEP)
> The absence of a product or service name or logo from this list does not constitute a waiver of NeXT’s trademark or other intellectual property rights concerning that name or logo.
If I were the OP, I would think of another name than to pay Apple for usage of the trademark and have to place 'NextStep is a trademark of Apple Inc.' like how Apple is paying for iOS with Cisco owning the IOS trademark.
Our logic was helping the user to the next step of the buyer journey, which is where the name came from.
Yes we know Apple has/had a product, We also know TCS has something called the NextStep program, but we beleive they are all in different spaces.
Except don't use Corporation Service Company. They bought my company (NameProtect) and then fired almost everyone that built the software support, for no readily apparent reason.
Furthermore, just because there is demand for software doesn’t mean it’s a good idea. There are some things we should shy away from doing, even if we can make a buck. I’d venture to say that finding even more subtle ways to squeeze a buck out of someone who doesn’t want your product is an obvious candidate for that list.
Last week we had Burnout.so, which was questionable, now this. I'll leave this here :
Registrar URL: http://www.namecheap.com
Updated Date: 2019-06-02T10:26:14Z
Creation Date: 2019-06-02T10:26:10Z
Registry Expiry Date: 2020-06-02T10:26:10Z