I think the description of the site is very good. It's concise and gives a good idea of what to expect. The problem though is that it takes a while to get to what it really is. The idea seems very understated considering that you have to read past the first sentence in the fine print to know what bloodhound even is.
I would try putting a very short description about what bloodhound is either in place of "the search ends, the hunt begins" (that doesn't really say anything that would make me want to sign up, or understand what I was signing up for), or below it to give that line some context.
Also, you have the chance to say something more specific about what makes bloodhound cool in the line about entering your email and getting notified.
How about saying something more exciting and specific like: Enter you email to get updates on when bloodhound will be ready to help you sniff out the most important information about your favorite authors.
It's kind of long and I'm sure you can think of something better but I think it should lead you in the right direction.
Hope this was helpful!
-Eric Posted on: June 17, 11:37 am
I would echo what Eric said, and encourage you to use LaunchRock for the user-signup process. It facilitates incentive based sharing and referrals. Plus, there is one less step for users to "confirm" their email address. Posted on: June 17, 12:19 pm
thanks for you input - this is the first website I've ever made, so I have a lot to learn.
ashley Posted on: June 17, 12:41 pm