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They lack specificity and don’t drive home any message. They aren’t persuasive and their unique value proposition is a blur. They make people feel lost — like they just crawled out of a fallout shelter for the first time in 35 years.
Wait, where am I?
The worst part? You could have meaningless drivel on your landing pageand not even know it.
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