(A) The end result is a fully built website for both. It’s the behind-the-scenes process involved in the launch pad site that the company and users don’t see that enables a faster launch.
(B) A launch pad and a traditional website do look quite different. Launch pad websites are much smaller and require a great deal of content to be removed or archived.
(C) The launch pad is only seen by a small group of users during the user testing process. The rest of the company and users don’t see the website until you launch the full traditional site.
(D) None of the above accurately describe why it’s hard to tell the difference.
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