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?
TestingCatalog, one of my favorite newsletters, provides news, updates, and insights on Beta and unreleased Android apps. It's a great resource to feel the pulse of the Android apps world and keep up with what developers are experimenting with.
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.
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.