Ottawa student entrepreneur launches beta service CompileBox

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University of Ottawa business student Mohammad Alzoubi (Moe for short) has launched a beta version of his latest web project, CompileBox.

Moe, who loves high tech and has the entrepreneurial bug, asked himself how he could reduce the time he spends creating landing pages while also providing visitors with maximum information?

He boiled the solution down to an embeddable widget that runs on just four lines of code. Moe describes CompileBox as “A simple clean pop-up that allows any website, web-store, or landing page to compile their information like social media profiles, email addresses, phone numbers, about us, contact us page info, and much more." So when the visitor clicks the CompileBox button (shown as a “We’re Compiled” slider), it displays all the information about your website, including optionals such as a customized QR code, an auto-generated downloadable vCard, and more.

CompileBox aims to reduce jargon on your website and boost conversion rates. Keeping it simple, the service requires only a one-time setup and is free (a pro version will be made available later).

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