The website I chose is the website for Roku. Roku is much like the Amazon Firestick or Chromecast.
It is clear right off the bat that the company really believes in their product by stating “The simplest way to stream to your TV. On your terms.” The colors of the website are fun and playful, and the model in the photo is ever so cheerful. As you scroll down, the three different options are easily provided for you, from simplest and cheapest version, to the most expensive version for those really in love with the product.
After clicking on a version of the product (I selected Roku Streaming Stick because that’s what I was interested in) you are immediately greeted with a large image of the product and the option to buy it immediately. In case you weren’t completely satisfied yet, as you scroll down you are greeted with reason to by. Things such as the review rating, money back guarantee, free shipping, and warranty are the first things you see. After comes everything the Roku offers, woohoo!
The character of the product is carefree and simple fun! Everything about the website makes you want to purchase one (which I plan on doing since the Amazon FireStick sucks ass).
I think the website is convincing. Much for convincing than the Amazon FireStick website because that website was crammed into Amazon’s normal website (gag). It is better than the Chromecast page as well since it offers more diversity and viable information. I’d buy one (I’m actually probably going to buy one).
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