Last week was an awesome week at ZEEF with 3 highlights: a new version of ZEEF.com, a completely new company website and our Launch Party. With these three events we kicked off our product and made it available to the public.
The latest version of our product ZEEF.com was launched last Wednesday. This version contains a fresh new design, loads of bug fixes and some nice improvements. Most interesting are that we now use secure HTTP for everything and all pages now also work correctly on mobile phones and tablets. Smaller things include the possibility to easily like and share pages and better notifications on e.g. link suggestions.
We received a lot of feedback and for the next version we will be working on making ZEEF even easier to use.
Our company website and blog at ZEEF.org was in dire need of a facelift as it was still an almost vanilla WordPress installation. Arjen and others worked hard to give it a nice design, and very important better content. We think we can now provide much better information on our vision, our product and our team.
Like this blog post we will be posting regular updates on ZEEF developments and things that matter to us.
ZEEF Launch Party
The best part of the week was last Friday: Klaas Joosten, founder of ZEEF, officially launched the ZEEF platform for the general public at our party at Baut Amsterdam. We decorated the place with a lot of sieves (ZEEF is the Dutch word for sieve), taped our logo everywhere and even projected the logo very huge at the building. At the moment of the announcement the place was crowded.
We had a lot of fun talking to all visitors. Some came in very skeptical, but all left enthusiastic. Some of them even directly became an expert at ZEEF.com using the iPad table.
We want to to thank everyone who came to the party, it was great having you! Also a lot of thanks to Diederik for all the work he did organizing the party!
ps: all these events, and of course the nice article on AffiliateBlog.nl, resulted in a nice increase in traffic, as evidenced by this graph from Google Analytics:
Photos by Jan Beernink & Dennis Doest.