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August 20, 2020
Does Stoop Inbox help or exploit newsletters?
The Stoop Inbox app is an inbox for newsletters. Think of it as a podcast app or an RSS reader for newsletters designed to browse, susbcribe to, and read newsle…
August 5, 2020
Using subdomains for promoting landing page URLs
On your website you probably have different landing pages or sections for various types of products or content such as `https://www.yourdomain.com/newsletter` f…
July 21, 2020
List of newsletter directories
Growing your newsletter can be challenging. Especially when starting out and few know about your work. Having your newsleter listed in specialized directories t…
July 21, 2020
AppGyver no-code IDE: first impresssions
Elsewhere on Indie Hackers I posted some comments on AppGyver, and was asked to elaborate. Here are some quick notes on my experience with the product so far. K…
July 20, 2020
Promoting benefits vs features
The conventional marketing wisdom is to emphasize product benefits rather than features. Is this universally true? Are there products or customers for whom feat…
July 18, 2020
Effective email subjects for roundup/curated newsletters
Roundup or curated newsletters feature a number of links or items on different topics. So it's difficult to come up with an effective email subject that capture…
July 17, 2020
Don't share your book with friends
The day I self-published my book I sent free coupons to 16 close friends. None ever downloaded it. Not a single one. There are other reasons for not sharing you…
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