Post by Yaggleberry Finn on Jan 29, 2010 10:04:43 GMT -5
Site looks good so far, I'm guessing that front page image is just stretched bigger than it ought to be or is a blown up version of a smaller image.
I like what's there but I think you could have a lot more information. What exactly is laser tag? I know many younger people know, but if my kid told me to check this out, I don't think I'd learn a whole lot as a parent. How does the equipment work? What all is involved? On one particular page you list eliminator, protect the captain, free for all... what do those mean? Also, could you include quotes from any previous customers? Or even just someone that really loves to play laser tag that could tell me what's so great about it?
Post by ionicdesign on Jan 29, 2010 14:50:54 GMT -5
The soft logo would be good to replace with a clean, perhaps smaller one. Also be careful, having the email typed out in text will tend to result in getting picked up by spam-bots. One workaround is to make it an .gif instead.
Okay, I'm thinking about expanding a little bit, but just a little bit.
Originally, I was thinking I'd love to do Sumo Suits, Bungee Runs, Gladiator Jousts, but as I continue to work with the public, I can see those being problems and a liability nightmare. I know other people do it successfully, but I just don't want those headaches.
So I am looking at a few things.
1) Fighting robot parties, basically bringing a kid friendly version of Battlebots to someones back yard.
2) Giant inflatable twister. Good for kids and teens, albeit for different reasons...
3) Princess Tea Parties...I will have a partner to handle this.
4) Zorbs. They are giant hamster balls that people can get into.
I listed them in order of investment cost. I think I could get a bunch of small remote control robot toys cheap, but I am not sure people would pay for robot parties, I love robots, but I'm not sure kids feel the same way.
Inflatable twister would be more expensive to purchase (and difficult to store), but I think is a more attractive and popular option than robots.
I understand little girls love tea parties as much as I love laser tag.
Finally, I've had a couple parents ask me if I do Zorb hamster balls, so I'm wondering how popular these things are.
...Any thoughts ladies and gentlemen? Does one of these seem like a more popular option than the others?
Wonder if they make those as off-road models for running around in grass... It could be neat to just add some of these robot guys to an existing laser tag game as a hazard.... Also gotta wonder if kids running around shooting each other, and at these robots, if a robot or 2 may get stepped on or kicked.
Radar, do you offer game variants like capture the flag, or domination?