* I was actually pleasantly surprised by your design. Sold me, and I am usually pretty critical of many start-up designs.
* I tried to click on the picture above "take a tour". It didn't do anything. I assumed it would start a lightbox gallery or something.
* "Take a tour" didn't look like a button, and that entire line should be centered under the photo.
* I was scanning the page for the word "Demo" to see some sort of demo, but there wasn't one.
* Nice job emphasizing that the sites "Work on iPhones and smart phones." That is a big deal, and many restaurant sites are not compliant, or load very awkwardly on mobile.
* The resultant url is pretty ugly. Why doesn't it have the name of the restaurant in the url? http://cilantro-92.clnt.me/
Overall, pretty impressive! 8/10.
I think the urls need to look nicer if you want this go more widescale. clnt.me? Not sure about that.
Out of curiosity, how are you planning on monetizing?
>> I personally think your domain is somewhat subpar. If you owned cilantro.com, it would be incredibly brandable. CilantroSites.com is a bit awkward and long.
Yeah, I don't love it but I'm not trying to get too hung up on it for the time being. I own CILANTRO.ME as well and CLNT.ME is just intended for short URLs.
>> Out of curiosity, how are you planning on monetizing?
a. monthly fee for premium sites (multiple menus/locations)
b. other plans in the works
At least that's my take on the strong way about this idea: cilantrosites.com might have a directory of their customers or something, but by far the main entry point will be through a link to the restaurant itself on Yelp or wherever. Worrying about the look of cilantrosites.com/bobs_pizza is probably a premature optimization.