So it don’t know about all the different cases, but at some point we changed our landing page to be our home page because we liked it a lot better.
Well we learned something, if your domain name has a segment that matches “ads” AdBlocker for firefox massacres your web page. So something small you could add to unbounce that would add to the “maturity” of the product, would be that once someone starts to enter certain types of cname’s you pop up a little tip in the UI suggesting why you might not want to use that cname. For example: “ads.tennisrungs.com” results in a jacked up consumer experience for people using adblocker. If you guys did more research into these types of situations, you could help the unknowing marketer prevent them. this particular feature isn’t necessarily a primary value prop, but it’s something that people will talk about when they share their experiences with their peers… “Oh i had this problem, where i created a cname for my landing pages that was blocked by adblocker.” … “Oh yeah? Not me, unbounce warns me about stuff like that before I commit to the cname.” These problems are so hard to detect until you see them youself, you could save people some marketing dollars on wasted PPC clicks probably. I know I have a few, and I know it’s not your fault. Just a smart idea i thought you’d be interested in.