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There are times when we might not want to add our brand new product to our main website and we want to test out our messaging first, or simply target our customers better . We can do this through the use of landing pages.
Unbounce are one of the world's leading providers of landing pages and provide a simple interface that means you don't need any coding skills to get something set up quickly and easily.
Not a typical product management tool if you're working as a PM for someone else, but if you're developing your own side hustle then you'll need a website to get your presence online.
Elementor are the world's leading Word Press Website Builder and their application comes with a huge range of design elements that can be make your site stand out from the crowd.
If you're starting out on your own with your product, and you don't have all the skills to get everything done, then you need to lean on others who have those skills to help you out.
For me this has been in the design of things like logos, and Fiverr connected me with freelance specialists who could plug my skills gaps.