This week I thought I’d highlight something interesting that I noticed on Duolingo’s homepage—something that I’ve actually never seen before.
The vast majority of companies treat their homepage like a static resource. That means that no matter who you are and no matter which stage of the user lifecycle you’re in, you’ll see the exact same page.
Duolingo does something different. Check it out: Here’s what their homepage looks like when you go there for the first time:
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Last week we looked at the best implementation that I’ve ever seen of content gating on the First Round Capital blog.
Let’s dive right into the code.
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Ewww… Right? At least the way most people implement it. We’ll start by looking at the Wall Street Journal.
Let’s say you’re on Twitter, and a friend shares a WSJ link with you, you click it, read like 1-2 paragraphs and then you hit this bad boy:
Yuck! What a terrible experience.
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