Most subscribers never open your emails.
Insert the following (or similar) text at the end of your email’s short subject “Click here to get the gist of this quickly” and a link to the web page you are promoting in your email. When they click on the link directly from the subject line, they go to that page, but instead of seeing the page as a normal visitor sees it, they get an overlay window obscuring the underlying page, with a shorter version of the email (or the whole email if it’s short.) When they click on the CTA, they simply get to see the underlying page.
Are video games good for your kids? Which ones?
A website that reviews video and other games and tries to find out what are the benefits for the kids playing those games (what skills they are developing, both physical and mental), and what are the potential detriments.
We all want to make the right decisions, but it’s hard for us to see systematically an overview of all our decisions, why we made them and how they fared.
A smart app that allows you to input structured data (it will guide you how) about the decision, before making the decision. When you know the result of the decision (was it the right decision), and if available the theory of why it had the result it did, you input that as well. After a time, and the more cases are in the app; it’ll use AI to discover patterns you can improve upon to make your decisions more likely be the right ones. The app can also use an extensive database of other users’ data to improve the analysis.
To both find stuff you normally wouldn’t and to help search for and receive the best of these interesting reads.
Every reader plays two parts in this system. First, they get random suggestions for interesting reads. Then for every random unrated article they read and rate the also get a one for one credit, and can read an article that was randomly chosen but already highly rated by other readers. Of course, they can rate such an article too – but the more people already read and rated that article, the smaller the credit they get for that. You only get full credit for unrated articles. This way you both help filter the best reads for others and get the best reads from others.
You already have some independent ranking services for business entities, but what about people?
A place where you can rate a public figure (a business person, a guru, a coach, etc.) as either trustworthy or not. You can also write a review. The individuals reviewed can also comment. Others can search for a person they want to check on and see their ratings. Only people with personal experience with the ones they rate can rate them, and their rating is not used or published until that is verified.