Movylo Shop – Increase Your Sales With Mobile

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“We help merchants increase sales and conversion rates via mobile.”

Target Audience: On line merchants, retailers, bsuiness owners, anyone who sells products/services.
Website URL: www.MovyloShop.com


Feedback sought:

1) Visit www.movyloshop.com. Look at the site for no more than 5 seconds.
What is your initial impression of what you see? what do you think this solution is for? Tell us what the site is about or whatever you remember.

2) Now Click on Start Now button to start the wizard. Does the pop up make it clear what exactly you will be able to do?
Continue on to create your first mobile deal. Do you understand everything on each of the steps? What confused you? Would you prefer to have this wizard or to directly sign up and see the complete platform? At the end…would you sign up for the service?

3) After you have completed creating the deal, how inclined do you feel to register? Why or why not?
Try the deal creation steps in whatever different browsers you have (Chrome, FF, IE, Opera, etc.) and let us know if you notice anything different.

4) now sign up and create an account (it’s free). Do you like the admin? what are the 3 things you have done once logged in? what would you like to see that you don’t see and what are the 3 things you like more / 3 things you hate?

16 thoughts on “Movylo Shop – Increase Your Sales With Mobile

  1. 1. Free, no commitments (i.e. credit card). Increase your sales by mobile. 
    2. The steps are very interactive and allow a lot of creativity. I thought it was a good way to give a taste of what you are getting into. If I needed this service I would probably sign up.
    3. I feel pretty inclined to register. They have persuaded me. It was a good platform and design.
    4. I really like the set up. It is simple and to the point and the statistics are nice and easy to understand. I “opened up my store”, set my URL and created a promotion.  I wouldn’t mind seeing an example of someone’s set up just to get an idea of what the general “look” should be like. There isn’t anything I hate, maybe a little bit more color would be nice.

  2. 1. The first thing that stands out to me is the image of mobile devices on the right. That instantly communicates that Movylo Shop is something for the mobile market. Next, my eyes are drawn to the copy on the left, and I can see from your selling points that this is a service for businesses that want to customize sites for mobile users and create their own apps. I also notice the “Start now, free!” button right away, so I know upfront that you offer parts of your service free of charge or at least free on a trial basis. I can see there’s more below the fold but don’t have time to check it out in five seconds. 
     
    2. Yes, it does, but I’m surprised because the copy on your home page gave me the impression that I would use Movylo to either customize a web site for mobile phone or create an app for my business. In contrast, the pop-up gives me the impression that I’m going to use Movylo to create a sales app for a single product. (And just as an FYI, the “Start Now” button at the bottom of the pop-up is partially cut off.)
     
    As I continue on to to the next step, I see that I am indeed going to create a sales app for a single product. Thanks to the little pop-up help bubbles, I can figure out what to do without too much difficulty, although I should note that there are a couple of grammatical errors in the help pop-ups. Throughout the process, there are only two things that trip me up. The first is the expiration time field. It took me a few minutes to realize that I couldn’t enter number of days, hours, and minutes directly; I had to use the sliders. Once I noticed that, I had no trouble, but I did wonder why there was a maximum expiration period of six days. The second thing that confused me was the “Customize look and feel.” At first, it looked like it required coding. Again, it took me a minute to understand that I was supposed to click on each button, choose a color family with the slider, and then click on a shade within the color family. However, everything else was self-explanatory.
     
    Regarding your question about the wizard, I’m not that tech savvy, so I love how it walks me through the steps. However, when I first visit a web site, the ideal for me is always to see a video or series of screenshots that demonstrate the product or service before I sign up and/or try it out for myself. If you hadn’t instructed me to do so, I would never have clicked “Start Now” without first reading some of the other informational pages. That said, once I’ve decided I want to try something, I guess I prefer to go ahead and try it before I sign up. That way, if I don’t like it, I don’t have to go through the unnecessary process of setting up an account. However, I think you should have an option on the home page for visitors to sign up without giving the wizard a trial run because some people may be pressed for time and may prefer to register first and try out the service later. 
     
    As for whether or not I’d sign up, I like the look of your sales app, but the decision to lay out money would ultimately depend on the cost. I don’t really like that once I get to the billing stage, you don’t show me what the charge is before I have to give you my email. I had to return to the home page and select the “Pricing” tab to find out. Upon doing so, I saw that your prices looked good, but I would probably comparison shop just to make sure.
     
    3. I’ve never created a sales app before, so I don’t know how inclined I’d be to sign up for your service as compared to others. However, I found the process relatively easy, the preview of the app looks attractive, and the prices seem reasonable, so all other things being equal, I’d probably sign up for Movylo.
     
    My first try was with Firefox 10. I had no problems but noticed that load times were a little slow. My second try was with IE 9. I found load times were a little faster, but the “deal” preview never appeared, even after a second try. Therefore, I was unable to customize my “deal” in IE. 
     
    4. At first, the sign-up process seemed straightforward. (And I found it interesting that you accept physical payments!) However, I have to say that if you hadn’t told me it was free to register, I wouldn’t have proceeded beyond the preview page because it seems as though I’m going to be billed at that point. If I were you, I wouldn’t ask users for billing info until the actual point of purchase because this is confusing. 
     
    Once I signed up (or so I thought), I was presented with three sets of selling points, which seemed a little odd since you already “sold” me on Movylo, but ok. I should note that there were a couple of grammatical errors in the selling points again.
     
    Now here’s where I ran into some trouble. I clicked “Start now, free!” and was taken to a more detailed registration form. I thought I had already signed up, so this confused me. I attempted to backarrow to the last screen and got…a “Document Expired” error page. Now I had no idea how to get back to my account and my “deal” preview! I ended up going back to the home page to log in again. When asked for a password, I checked the email I had given you to see if you had sent me one. Nope. I had no email from Movylo. So I clicked “Start now, free!” under the assumption that I’d have to start all over again. Not so. The wizard had actually saved the data I’d entered! I also found a small “Skip to sign-up” link at the bottom, which I clicked, and this finally brought me back to the registration form. It wasn’t too long, so that didn’t bother me, but as I said, it was confusing because I thought I’d already signed up earlier.
     
    When I arrived at the dashboard, the first thing I noticed was that you lay out quite a few stats for store visits, sales, and so on. I love that! The first thing I actually did, though, was click the “Live Preview” button to see if the “deal” I’d created earlier would pop up. (It did.) The second thing I did was go through the rest of the navbar tabs to get a feel for what I could do with your service. The third thing I did was click on the “Feature Tour” link at the bottom of the page because I still didn’t fully understand whether Movylo would help me create a full mobile site or just various sales apps. It was only after I read the “Feature Tour” page that I finally understood that Movylo would allow me to create my own mobile store and an app for that store, upload products, and advertise special deals. As you can see, the preview wizard really confused me–I didn’t realize that it was just showing me an example of a “deal” I could create and not the sum total of what I could do with Movylo.
     
    There’s nothing I’d like to see that I don’t see.
     
    My three favorite features of Movylo are the stats on the dashboard, the “Promote” page because it provides so many promotional options for businesses, and the “Quick menu” because it enables quick access to what are probably the most used admin features.
     
    I didn’t dislike anything about the dashboard or admin features.
     
    To sum up, I’m going to give an overview of what I like and don’t like about your site:
     
    Like
    –Your presentation throughout most of the site. Your home page instantly communicates what Movylo is about through concise selling points and understandable images, then offers more details for those who scroll down. Your informational pages, accessible from the home page navbar, are well written, with good use of visuals to keep things interesting. (The “Features” page, with its wonderful mix of slideshow, video, and traditional text, is wonderful.) You do a great job of “selling” visitors on their need for Movylo, then introducing them to everything it can do.
     
    –Pricing. It looks very reasonable for what you offer, and the charts make it easy to grasp how the packages differ after the 30-day free trial.
     
    –The wizard. It makes it a snap to get started for users who aren’t technically inclined.
     
    –The admin features. I love all the reports and stats available! This really helps merchants determine if their promotions are working. The dashboard is very easy to navigate, and it seems like it would be a piece of cake to add merchandise, create promotions, and so on.
     
    –The service itself. It’s so useful to have an easy way to set up and promote a mobile store, and from the preview, it looks like Movylo creates a very attractive interface for store customers.
     
    Dislike
    –It’s impossible to sign up from the home page without creating a “deal” first. I love the wizard, but users who don’t want to jump in right away should have the option to sign up directly via a sign-up tab or form on the home page.
     
    –The home page invites users to “Start now, free!” but doesn’t specify that it’s only a thirty-day free trial. No parts of the service are actually free (permanently). I know you probably want to get users hooked in before you reveal that, but I wish I knew it from the get-go.
     
    –The “Who uses us?” page begins with a series of images, but it’s unclear that these are examples of Movylo stores. It just looks like a bunch of mobile phones, and it’s unclear why anyone would want to click on them. Then, when you finally do click on them, you get a pop-up explaining how the business in question utilized Movylo, but the screen capture is too small to get a feel for how their mobile store turned out. I suggest you caption these examples with some big intro text that says something like, “Check out how these businesses are using Movylo!” Then make sure the images enlarge enough to really see them when a visitor clicks on them.
     
    –The “deal” preview, accessible from the “Start now, free!” button on the home page, is somewhat confusing because unless the visitor has already looked through the rest of the site, it makes it seem as though the primary function of Movylo is to create these little promotional “deal” apps, not to set up a fully functional mobile store. I would suggest that you either let users preview the creation of a store or make it clear from the outset that they’re about to preview just one of the great features that Movylo has to offer.
     
    –The sign-up is somewhat confusing in that I couldn’t tell when I had actually been registered. My suggestion is to streamline this process so that the user is prompted to fill out the whole registration form immediately after previewing the “deal.” When you ask for an email address and method of payment, then take users to a list of selling points, and then take them to a fuller registration form, as you do now, it’s difficult to figure out when registration is complete. 
     
    –It’s confusing when you ask for a method of payment during the free sign-up process. It could make users think that they have to lay out money now, and if they’re not ready to do that, they just might not sign up.
     
    –There doesn’t seem to be a physical address or phone number where users can reach you. Since this is a paid service, I’d feel more comfortable if I had that contact info.
     
    –There are a few grammatical errors here and there, most notable during the sign-up process. Although there aren’t a lot of them, the ones I found were pretty glaring.
     
    In conclusion, if I wanted to set up a mobile store and apps, there’s a good chance I’d choose Movylo. Your service looks extremely simple to use and provides a lot of great functionality for merchants. However, I’d only reach this decision after looking around the site quite a bit. If I jumped right in with your “Start now, free!” button, I think I might get the wrong impression of what I could do with Movylo, and I might get scared away prematurely by the somewhat confusing registration process. I hope that feedback is helpful to you in revising your preview wizard. Good luck!

  3.  1) My first impression of this page is that the page is about a phone but as I read it told me more about it being an online mobile store which is very creative.
     2) The pop up made it very clear on what you are about to do,yes I would rather for the wizard to complete the platform so that I would have a visual of how to set it up.Yes I would sign up for the service.
    3) Yes I feel inclined to register,the set up was simple and easy and It seems to be worth your time and money.
    4) I like the admin. Once I logged in I created my store name,set up my username and password.There isn’t anything that I dislike everything was simple and helpful.The three things that I found interesting was ,the homepage after you register, the set up was quick and easy.The Prices are very reasonable.

  4.  
    1) Visit http://www.movyloshop.com. Look at the site for no more than 5 seconds.
    What is your initial impression of what you see? what do you think this solution is for? Tell us what the site is about or whatever you remember.
     
    My initial impression for the site is the site is about allowing members to upload the items that they want to sell via your apps. It is for convenience of the members to upload any deals directly. It seems simple and easy. What I remember within the 5seconds also include the start now, free button and the iphone/android apps included.
    2) Now Click on Start Now button to start the wizard. Does the pop up make it clear what exactly you will be able to do?
    Continue on to create your first mobile deal. Do you understand everything on each of the steps? What confused you? Would you prefer to have this wizard or to directly sign up and see the complete platform? At the end…would you sign up for the service?
     
    Yes, the popup stated clearly what I should do and what i can do. It’s simple and user-friendly. 
    I can understand each of the step during the process, it’s pretty clear and everything is organized well. I did not found anything that confused me. I would prefer to have this wizard. The wizard allow new visitors to try your services and get the chance of trying your service for free before they sign up. I am sure the wizard would be a great marketing tool for your site. It gives a very positive view toward the services. If i have something to sell online, i would definitely signup for it.
    3) After you have completed creating the deal, how inclined do you feel to register? Why or why not?
    Try the deal creation steps in whatever different browsers you have (Chrome, FF, IE, Opera, etc.) and let us know if you notice anything different.
     
    I feel impressed with the wizard process and the user-friendliness that just need few steps to complete designing single deal that i want to post online. I would immediately register for it if I got something to sell. In the future, I will refer back to this site again or intro it to my friends. 
    I tried it on chrome, firefox and also IE. Chrome and firefox appear to be the same exact process that I tried. But IE showed some different. First the button start now, free has changed to start now, free trial. When i click on the button it does not go into the wizard process, showed up the registration part which require to fill in all the personal details. I also found that the contents in IE are slightly different with the one i see from Chrome and Firefox. Example the ‘tick/correct’ symbol in the homepage which is located above the start now button has become a blank box in IE. Also the signup page i view in IE, it is not organized well, the size of the TextField some is longer some are shorter. THis may due to i am using old version of IE which is IE 6. It’s been long time I didn’t use IE.
    4) now sign up and create an account (it’s free). Do you like the admin? what are the 3 things you have done once logged in? what would you like to see that you don’t see and what are the 3 things you like more / 3 things you hate?
     
    The signup process is very simple and easy. I am quite confused with the login, after i finish my registration, I clicked the login and type in my email and password, after a few seconds the login popup appear and the page reload into the homepage. At here, I didn’t know whether I am already signed in or not. When i click on the login button I still require to type my email and password. I don’t see any log out button. At first I thought it was my browser problem so but I tried in IE and firefox it’s still the same. I do not know what is wrong. I also tried to login with the email and password that you provided for a demo but the login was fail. So I consider this is how it goes. It make me feel no difference between signed up and not signed up. The first thing that i done is click on the features button see more detail about the product. The content in the feature category is clear and understandable. After that, I clicked on the pricing button to check for the price. The price for starting and professional seems ok to me. But for premium and super seems little expensive, it’s because the service and features that i can get is almost the same with the professional package. The difference is in transaction fee and also the support. I suggest you could create a more differences package between the professional to super package. Member might feel it’s not worth to get the super package when it’s not much difference between the professional package. I know maybe the transaction fee could be a big difference when they have lots of transaction during the particular month, but most of them might just start their business and wanted to try if your service could help them out. They might not see the transaction fee would be a big difference. 

    Things that I like from the site:  
    – I like the intro of your homepage, it’s simple and understandable. I know what the site is about when i see your homepage.
    – another thing is, I like that you allow the visitor to try creating/designing a deal. It give the visitor a positive view when they done the process. The process is simple and easy. It give the user customize the colours, image and background of the page. It create a great interactive with the user. 
    -you provide a clear explanation in the feature page, which give the user know exactly what they can do with it. You also provide the video that could help the user out. 

    Things that I don’t like from the site: 
    The menu at the top can be resized into a bigger size. The font size also should be bigger in size. I just feel a little inconvenience in viewing it on that way. besides this, I do not found any other things that i don’t like.

    Additional Comment:
    On the homepage, I suggest you can create another button for user directly sign up without going through the process of creating a new deal. Some visitor might already go through the process and they didn’t sign up immediately after that, they might come back another time and wanted to signup. So it would be convenience for the come back visitor to directly sign up.
    Also, for the phones and ipad that you shown in the homepage can be change to a slideshow that display a step by step instruction of how your site works or you can put a short video on it. It would be better for the new visitors to understand what the site is about by watching a short video or viewing the slideshow instead of reading the text. 
    I suggest you state the payment method under the pricing page so that the visitor know they can pay by what method. 

    All the best and Good Luck. 
     

  5. Looks pretty legit, right away when you click on the link it brought bright eye catching color that made me want to look at the rest of the page.

    It is nicely constructed, well typed using words and phrases that weren’t confusing. It didn’t feel like a boring old page like some other Websites displaying phone products.

    1. I love how the shadowing of the boxes made them pop.

    2. I love how the colors were rich and full of present.

    3. The images were clear and memorizing.

    I can’t think of anything bad, if this was brought to an average person surfing the web it would derive them to keep going.

    The tabs were wonderfully created, it’s slick, had a fast loading bar. At the bottom of the page had a Twitter link which was very nice, tells the person you’re devoted to giving them the best. It has the options as well other information regarding the service. As of my knowledge I thought it was a clean, well built Website. Shows you worked hard on this.

    To bring forth of anything that should be added. Maybe a video on what you can do with these phones, perhaps a demo for what they can bring with each service. That’s all I can think of, all the whys, buts and ifs pretty much answered my questions on your site. To my personal opinion this site is well done.

  6. When I first went to the site, I thought this was very cool for people trying to sale products. The site was about trying to get people to get a mobile store. Through the mobile store, you can promote through email, social networks, and your store locator.

    I feel it is a great way for people who have stores or products to sale, to increase their sales. It will allow for emails to be sent right to people’s phone. They will be able to have an ipad app, and also an android app.

    The pop up was very clear. The steps to set up your store was very easy to follow. The wizard was helpful, because it allows a person to see what they are getting into.

    Yes, I would sign up. I feel this is a great way to reach new clients if you have your own business. Everybody uses their phones for everything. In fact, I did sign up, and the first thing I went to was the information about how to set up the iphone app.

    Three things I liked about the website was that it told you how many orders you received. It allowed you to get the iphone app. It also allowed you to get the android app. Those are the two phones that most people have. The site seemed very perfessional.

    Three things I didn’t like was that, there wasn’t enough categories for products. It seemed like the fees where hidden. They didn’t say this was a trial period. They need more help topics.              

  7. 1) Visit http://www.movyloshop.com. Look at the site for no more than 5 seconds.
    What is your initial impression of what you see? what do you think this solution is for? Tell us what the site is about or whatever you remember.

    This site is about increasing sales through your mobile phone. With your site I could get set up and running in about 15 minutes. I was really impressed with how sharp the images were on your page and that bold red background was very eye catching. I also saw that your site had all of the bacis needs to be done right on the phone. I also liked how the bottom text was in white making it easier to see the content. I saw that setup for this site was completly free.
     
    2) Now Click on Start Now button to start the wizard. Does the pop up make it clear what exactly you will be able to do?
    The page that popped up was easy was short sweet and simple. It gave just enough detail so that a user would know what’s to come.

    Continue on to create your first mobile deal. Do you understand everything on each of the steps? What confused you? Would you prefer to have this wizard or to directly sign up and see the complete platform? At the end…would you sign up for the service?
    Adding the products was easy to do but I could not see how to add more than one product at a time. Maybe that is feature that will come when creating when you sign up or login. Customizing the look and feel of the store was a little disappointing becuause I couldn’t see exactly where the colors were going. I really couldn’t get a grasp of what it would look like because I could not see anything. I would have liked to see a mock store front that would encompass the colors and features I added instead of waiting to the end to see the final product. Billing was straightfoward and easy to do. Something about you page was easy to edit and add your own information. I felt as though I was missing a step with the preview section. I was thinking that I would see the product I listed and the colors I had chosen but I didn’t see anything at all. The your done page was just a three list category telling me what I could do next. I would like to have gone right to the complete platform because the wizard did not show me anything. Where was the preview I what I had created. I think if there was actually something to see then the wizard would be fine. I also think that users should know they are about to use the wizard because I was not under that impression. I assumed I was going to sign up and that your first page was telling me some of the features that were about to come. I was a little thrown off when the page went right into entering products. I would have to say that I would not sign up for the service because I didn’t not see anything and I wasn’t really given a chance to see and or read in depth benefits of using your service.
     
    3) After you have completed creating the deal, how inclined do you feel to register? Why or why not?
    Try the deal creation steps in whatever different browsers you have (Chrome, FF, IE, Opera, etc.) and let us know if you notice anything different.

    Being that I have never used such a service I was a little unsure about using it having a 30 day free trial is a little more reassuring. I checked out your price list and I thought you had a nice range for any level of business. Your monthly turnover feature to help pick a plan was a nice touch. I used the deal creation in Firefox and I found it to be a little slow in the loading process, however, it worked better in Internet Explorer.
     
    4) now sign up and create an account (it’s free). Do you like the admin? what are the 3 things you have done once logged in? what would you like to see that you don’t see and what are the 3 things you like more / 3 things you hate?
    Signing up was really easy to do but I felt like I was going to be charged something. After signing up I was thrown right back to the homepage which was a little confusing. I’m not sure if that was supposed to happen but a popup box would have been to see if the signup was properly completed. I did get a completion email that had my 30 day trial date but I would like to have had my password sent in my email also for quick reference. I felt no personalization after signing up with your site. I tried logging in and ther first time it failed. After that I tried agian and was successful. Once I got logged I went to the live prevew but I didn’t see anything there. I also looked around the promotion section and the app section.
     
    Things I like:
    I lilke that I can have a business all done from mobile phone. The idea behind it is great adn the gives people the freedom to not be tied down to a certain location. I like that you have your stats available right online to see because tracking products are essential for any business. I was happy to see that your mobile site was availabe to over 5000 mobile devices, that’s great. Having that kind of vairety allows for users on any phone level to take advantge of your site.
     
     
    Things I dislike:
    Your pricing plans needs to be looked a little further. Between the professional and the premium there isn’t much of a difference. The only difference is skype/e-mail, sms and app for the difference of 20 dollars.Users might feel that they are being ripped off every month. I think that if your going to have a packages users should see the significant difference of each one.
     
    Your site needs to do a better job with walking users through your site. After signing up I didn’t even know I was signed up or what to do afterwards. Your sight is so jammed packed with no that I sort of got lost with all of the features on your site or how to use them. I also noticed that went I went to the admin section I wasn’t able to get back to the store which was very frustrating. When I went to the promotion section and was attempting to click on the start button nothing was happening. I went to the help section to happily find a video but sadly the video I found had nothing but music playing and screen shots that were barely noticeable. There were several videos made the same way which was ver off putting. I think if your going to have video to help people they needs to be narrated, clear shots and comprehensive. On the M-site the text on the phone is not clear and some of the words are cut off. I’m confused about the wizard because once clicked on it didn’t do anything.
     
    You have a great idea but with so many features on your site I think you need to really go in depth to make is seemless for people to use. Several times I felt lost in a site of features with no help. Tutorials and manuals are a must with such a site. Personalization and clarity.

  8. Very nice setup.  Like the bright colors.  I would allow people to view the demo on the front page without signing up first. 
     
    The pop up to start the wizard is very simple and easy to understand.  Creating my first mobile deal might need to be more explained especially to someone that has never done anything like this before, like me.  might want to add some more information on how to use the “Look & Feel” tab.  It’s kinda confusing.  But the other steps on the site are very simple and easy to understand.
     
    If I had the money (and a mobile phone) I would seriously think about registering up for this product with people in dire need for extra money these days.  
     
    I tried this same site on Google Chrome, everything looked OK till I got to step 5.  Instead of giving me a link to share, on Google Chrome it gave me a message saying “invalid link”.  Several minutes later when I looked around the site on Chrome, the “share A Link URL address came on and looked OK.  And on the “Look & Feel” tab when you try it on Google Chrome, it gave me the message “this website is not available” on the right side of the screen when you see a sample of what it is going to look like.  
     
    You might also want to change the box where you can”Share Via Local”.  The Facebook and Twitter buttons look like they were done by some kid that doesn’t know what he is doing.  Maybe make them square shaped.
     
    But overall, if I had the money (and a mobile phone), I would think really hard in registering for the site and set up my own shop.

  9. 1) Visit http://www.movyloshop.com. Look at the site for no more than 5 seconds.
    What is your initial impression of what you see? what do you think this solution is for? Tell us what the site is about or whatever you remember.
     
    >My initial impression is that this website will help me make deals for the items that I’m selling just by using my mobile phone. What I remember is that I can start using the websites service in less than 15 mnutes, there will be no fee for the service, mobile phones/tablets as websites banner.
     
    2) Now Click on Start Now button to start the wizard. Does the pop up make it clear what exactly you will be able to do?
    Continue on to create your first mobile deal. Do you understand everything on each of the steps? What confused you? Would you prefer to have this wizard or to directly sign up and see the complete platform? At the end…would you sign up for the service?
    > Yes, the pop up made everything clean. Continuing with the process, everything seems to be okay. I actually like the idea that I will be able to use my mobile phone not just to monitor my items for sale but also to advertise. I even signed up after posting my item or creating my store. 
     
    3) After you have completed creating the deal, how inclined do you feel to register? Why or why not?
     
    > As mentioned above, I already registered right after creating the store. This is because the idea of using our mobile device as an addition to our marketing strategy is very good. 
    Try the deal creation steps in whatever different browsers you have (Chrome, FF, IE, Opera, etc.) and let us know if you notice anything different.
    > I tried using Opera, IE8, IE9 and Chrome and I did not notice any difference. It only means that all functionality of the websites are working properly as of now. 
    4) now sign up and create an account (it’s free). Do you like the admin? what are the 3 things you have done once logged in? what would you like to see that you don’t see and what are the 3 things you like more / 3 things you hate?
     
    > Alright, I signed up using google chrome right after creating the store. However, I encountered problems logging in. I do not know if it is with the website or with my location. The problem that I’m getting is that everytime that I click on “Login” it asked for an email address and a password. Then I put my credentials and then it gave me this message “To see a demo of Movylo Shop login here. LOG IN Email: [email protected] / Password: **** (The mobile store is regenerated every 12 hours)” 
    > With those problems that I encountered I was not able to do anything else aside from clicking the “Start Now” button and creating a store or a post.
    > I think the one that I want to see that is not present on the website is linking your services with the social networking site “facebook” almost 80% of people around the world uses facebook almost everyday. It will be very helpful if your services / items for sale can be posted on facebook and can be monitored with your mobile device in every means possible. 
    > 3 things that I like with this website is the feeling that it gives the first time you visit the website. It is very kind and will allow you to read everything that you need to know before using the service with the help of right selection of fonts and font colors. KUDOS to the designer for this one. The second thing that I like is the presence of these links at the bottom of the page. “Aboud Us”, “Terms of Service”, “Contact Us”. For me as a consumer these are the links that I need to get before I commit to any services that a websites provide. Third item that I like is the “FREE” service, remember, best things in life are “FREE”.
    >3 things that I dislike about the website is first, the websites Banner, we should put should put more emphasis to our banner since that represents “US” giving the service. Second is the red color that occupies almost half of the screen. It is a very strong color and sometimes overwhelmed the readers which results for us to skip reading the text within the color. Third is the absence of facebook. 
    >Over all the website is in a pretty good shape and I actually do not sign up to services the first time I visit their websites but this one got my attention since I’m into selling my items as well. 

  10. 1) Visit https://www.movyloshop.com. Look at the site for no more than 5 seconds.
    What is your initial impression of what you see? what do you think this solution is for? Tell us what the site is about or whatever you remember.
    The site is about a smartphone app for selling via the internet connection on your phone. Very easy to tell from the first few seconds on the site.
    2) Now Click on Start Now button to start the wizard. Does the pop up make it clear what exactly you will be able to do?
    Continue on to create your first mobile deal. Do you understand everything on each of the steps? What confused you? Would you prefer to have this wizard or to directly sign up and see the complete platform? At the end…would you sign up for the service?
    After clicking the “Start Now” button, the pop up tells me exactly what I should expect to be able to do. Very easy to understand.The site has a great layout, very user friendly, I never had to try and figure out what to do next. This site takes the confusion out of the entire equation. I would definitely sign up for this site!
    3) After you have completed creating the deal, how inclined do you feel to register? Why or why not?
    I was very inclined to register, because of the ease of use associated with this site. If I ever start selling again I will definitely use this site as a means of distribution! No matter what browser I use the site stays the same! I love this site!
    Try the deal creation steps in whatever different browsers you have (Chrome, FF, IE, Opera, etc.) and let us know if you notice anything different.
    No matter what browser I use the site stays the same! Easy to navigate.I love this site!
    4) now sign up and create an account (it’s free). Do you like the admin? what are the 3 things you have done once logged in? what would you like to see that you don’t see and what are the 3 things you like more / 3 things you hate?
     I usually use firefox, but I signed up using Opera. I had no problems with the site whatsoever. Much like the entire site, the admin area is very easy to use and understand! I think the only thing your site is missing is the little +1 google plus share option. I like that the site gives you the option o a test-drive preview before you sign up. There is nothing  hate or dislike about the site. I give you guys an A+!

  11.  
    1)Visit http://www.movyloshop.com. Look at the site for no more than 5 seconds.
    What is your initial impression of what you see? what do you think this solution is for? Tell us what the site is about or whatever you remember.

     
    My first impression was that the site is laid out very well.  It’s not cluttered. The colors are bright and hold my attention in the right spot. The font is sharp and large enough to allow me to quickly skim the info presented. I instantly saw the answer to the questions of every new visitor to any website: What is this website for, what do they have or do, do they have something I need?  In this case, the site offers a service and customized mobile app to sell products and/or services to mobile users.  If I’m a business with a product or service to sell, I know I want to learn more within the first few seconds of viewing the site. I didn’t have to hunt all over the place and that shows that you value my time.
     
    2) Now Click on Start Now button to start the wizard. Does the pop up make it clear what exactly you will be able to do?
    Continue on to create your first mobile deal. Do you understand everything on each of the steps? What confused you? Would you prefer to have this wizard or to directly sign up and see the complete platform? At the end…would you sign up for the service?

     
    The popup is very clear on what to expect in creating a deal.  I like the way it also explains the other features that will follow.
     
    The steps were easy to understand, but I also like having the mouseover question marks that provide more detail.  Also, I think it would be better if the expiration time could be adjusted by the sliders or by typing the numbers in.
     
    I love the option of paying via mobile or cash/pickup.  However, I had enabled PayPal and was allowed to go to the next screen without entering the PayPal address. I’m sure it must be accessible to update or change later, but if one thought they entered it and had no reason to complete/fix the info later, they would be missing out on  payments for their sales, unless there is some sort of built in safety net to catch the missing info later.  I tried out my new app and the only payment choice I had was for credit card.  I did not see PayPal or cash/pickup. However, I did not enter a store address.  Is that why it did not give me, the customer, the option to pay by cash and pickup the item?  Perhaps the wizard should have a warning that an address must be entered now or later in order for the pickup option to be available. Actually, the same should apply for PayPal.
     
    I liked the wizard and think it’s a good way for anyone to try out the service and app. I found it very easy to use and not at all confusing.
     
    I would definitely signup for the service if I had a product or service that I wanted to market to mobile users.
     
    3) After you have completed creating the deal, how inclined do you feel to register? Why or why not?
    Try the deal creation steps in whatever different browsers you have (Chrome, FF, IE, Opera, etc.) and let us know if you notice anything different.

     
    Yes, I am inclined to register assuming I have a use for the service. It seems very easy to use and an easy way to break into the mobile market.  I think many businesses are held back by the inability to create their own app or hire a developer.
     
    Since others provided insight to other web browsers, I decided to try Safari on my iPhone.  This is what I found:
     
    The entrance page is not so clear as to what the site will be about. “Sell your deals via mobile”, with a couple of mobile phone images, makes me wonder if it is for businesses with a store or more of a classified site for individuals to post items for sale. I’m undecided about entering the site, but I see I have the option to “go to the full site” which is the only option. No mobile version?
     
    On the main page, the last few lines of features in white text are pushed down onto the grey background making them nearly impossible to read. The “Start now, free!” button is pushed all the way down in the white background making it feel very detached from everything.  
     
    The popup in creating a deal has #6 and the “start now” button cut off, but I can close it with the “X” to continue.
     
    I couldn’t add an image in my deal.  I expected the “choose image” button would popup the option to choose from the camera to take a picture or the camera roll to use an existing picture.  Using the sliders for the time expiration is tricky. Took me a moment to figure out I had to tap, not slide. Then I had to try tapping in just the right spot to get the figure I wanted.
     
    Next page: Could not add an image Logo.  Tapped “upload file” and nothing happens – no access to a file. 

     
    When I tried out my new app, the only payment choice I had was for credit card.  I did not see PayPal or cash/pickup. I had skipped entering a PayPal address so I assume that is why I did not have that option, but I did enable cash/pickup. However, I did not enter a store address.  Is that why it did not give me, the customer, the option to pay by cash and pickup the item?  Same as the app I created from the PC.

     
    4) now sign up and create an account (it’s free). Do you like the admin? what are the 3 things you have done once logged in? what would you like to see that you don’t see and what are the 3 things you like more / 3 things you hate?
     
    I LOVE the admin! It is easy to navigate and looks very nice.  I was surprised to see stats but then remembered I played with the app on my iPhone. Apparently the stats are updated in real time which is great for monitoring activity.  Next I went to manage my account. Wow, lots of tools available to help market and increase sales. I looked at most of them and saw how easy it would be to create a coupon, deal of the day, etc.  Then I went into the store, found my phony product I added earlier and deleted it.  Very easy. Saw the ability to bulk upload products which looks very easy to use along with all the other manageable information – categories, customers, orders, billing. Perused preferences. No shortage of customization there either. At this time, I don’t see anything that I don’t like or hate.
    Overall, I think MovyloShop is a great service. It is making mobile marketing and sales attainable to businesses by making the process simple and providing a tidy package of tools to manage everything from products to sales and customers.

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