Practicing Google

Weekly newsletter on practical Google resources

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Surprisingly, only a handful of newsletters cover Google. Most are about Android. Only Practicing Google has a broader scope on the whole Google ecosystem with a practical angle.

February 13, 2021 Donation from an unknown reader

I've just received a donation for my newsletter via Buy Me A Coffee. The donation comes with some nice words:

Always an interesting read, and some great tips.

This made my day not just for the donation, but because it comes from an unknown reader.

November 6, 2020 A reader enjoyed every issue

A subscriber of my newsletter has just sent me a thumbs up to an issue through Revue's feedback system. They added a short note saying they enjoyed every issue.

My readers are usually pretty quite. Although open rates and clickthrough rates are good, the readers don't provide much direct feedback. So this took me by surprise. In a very good way.

How's that for validation?

September 5, 2020 Featured on an Indie Letters post

@FalakSher, the author of the Indie Letters newsletter, featured my newsletter Practicing Google in a post.

What I like most of Indie Letters is the quality of its curation, based on selecting highly interesting resources and conveying their key points. So I'm particulary pleased Indie Letters mentioned Practicing Google.

August 1, 2020 Featured on The Slice

Practicing Google was featured on The Slice newsletter.

It's the first time an online publication features Practicing Google. I'm extremely pleased because someone found value in my newsletter and shared it. This means I'm doing something right.

July 17, 2020 Past milestones

It's been over six months since I started working on the Practicing Google newsletter. Here are the major milestones so far:

Surprisingly, only a handful of newsletters cover Google. Most are about Android. Only Practicing Google has a broader scope on the whole Google ecosystem with a practical angle.