How would you improve productmanagementexercises.com?
I will start by clarification round of questions.
1. Assume this is for the stated URL. Two broad categories for improvment: 1. User Experience? or 2. Monetization? Will assume User Experience.
2. Next focus on who are the Users. There are several segments: students preparing for interview, job transition, employees such as Google, FB, etc, casual interest, acadamedics, book writers who want to monitize, YouTube video originators who seek to monetize, (observe that students and employment seekers should be given higher priority however there is no way now to distinguish - more in the solution domain.)
3. What are the needs of the Users. Accurate and Up to date topical questions (e.g. GCP vs AWS vs Azure, Pixel 4 Vs iPhone 11, etc), Relevant to Interview, How to clasfify questions into Strategy, Design, Operations..., Use of Tool frameworks such as Porter %, etc. => be relevant and useful
4. potential improvement solutions... here I offer 3 or 4. 1. Identify students with their edu login, 2. have questions pre classified into some well known categories - already being done but fine tune, 3. Ability for people to interact, 4. have contest for best weekly question and display winner prominently , 5. have some expert interviews from Google, FB, etc to participate on special chat sessions., 6. have more categories on voting.. if 1. relevant, 2. topical. 3. useful... so explanation on voting is clear., 7. put more tools and frameworks in reference material. 8. remove some clutter on the page - further simplify similar to Google home page.
5. There are trade offs for each of the proposals. I will start with simple adding more choices on Voting.. 1. relevant, useful, topical etc... 2. have weekly winner, and add more material to 3. tools and frameworks and 4. page asthetics.
6. Metrics - will seek improvements in usage before and after.
7. We focus on improving user experience (not monetization), look at relevant customers and their needs, identify some potential solutions, do tradeoff and identify measurments.