I like the approach you’re taking with the blog post. Here’s my perspective and initial thoughts on it:
The premise of the article is that you can choose to be on/off the record. The thing with twitter is we’re always on the record regardless of whether or not the tweet is deleted. Once its out there, its out there.
I would just paraphrase and clearly outline the pain points and solution. Just easier for the reader to follow.
Re: the product
There’s already a free tool out there with a one time payment. How does your product compete with it?
Thanks for taking the time to read and reply!
On the article — yes I think you're right about the "on/off the record" analogy not being useful enough. May try describing it differently all together. And yes, outline pain points and solution is a good thing for me to work on :)
On the product — There's a few tools that range from open source (gist.github.com/robinsloan/36…), to free (tweetdelete.net) to rather expensive (tweetdeleter.com).
I just figured I'd make a simpler (and more opinionated) product that can be fully set up in 2 clicks and is neither free nor expensive.
Seems like something typeform can do with built in logic
Good option! I haven’t used typeform yet but it would fit the bill!
Have you looked at bubble or webflow?
But that's just a landing page builders, if not mistaken?
Don't think it's necessary to keep track of it but it's important knowing how much you're worth.
Don't calculate it based on your 9-5 compensation. The amount you'll derive from that is different than the amount of what actual value you provide and what you're actually worth.
+1 for Figjam