Several things about the web site impressed me:
- Almost every page on the site had the same call to action.
- The call to action was to sign up to be a co-creator of the product, which is powerful for generating word of mouth.
- For the most part, the content of the site is simple, direct, and avoids meaningless marketing jargon.
- The 'about' page succinctly states the problem the product is supposed to solve.
"After talking with dozens of IT pros in small businesses, a team of systems management pioneers had their suspicions confirmed: these pros don't like the complex and expensive IT management solutions they're forced to choose from today. But no one has been listening to them... until now.The one criticism I have is that they do not state what their product does. I suppose they don't want to divulge much before the product debuts. It may also enhance the "whisper" campaign to be somewhat secretive. But I'm not sure how many serious prospects are going to enroll in their alpha program if the web site doesn't give them a bit more information.
We listened carefully to what these weary IT warriors said. And now together, we're creating a simple, easy to use, yet powerful solution -- one that will help them win their daily IT battles."