Owletter

Keep an Eye on Your Competitors' Newsletters

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Charlie Irish
Charlie IrishHunter@charlieirish
This reminds me of summalist: https://summalist.com/ from @adii except that it's more about competitive analysis rather than content curation.
Jack Smith
Jack Smith@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
very similar space to : http://www.producthunt.com/posts... @CarlSednaoui any insight as to how it compares?
Carl Sednaoui
Carl SednaouiHiring@carlsednaoui · Head of Marketing, MailCharts
@_jacksmith: thanks for the heads up, just signed up to understand the product better. At first glance it appears as though they're trying to be a "I use my gmail to track competitors email" alternative. They're doing a few things with their onboarding flow that I like a lot :) The way I see it, MailCharts gives you much deeper insights and understanding v.s. Owletter. Here's a few concrete examples: - With MailCharts you can see what % of emails are mobile-optimized for any given industry. You can also preview an individual company's mobile optimized emails - MailCharts gives you access to industry trends (v.s. the few companies you might have decided to track). Understanding the bigger picture is extremely useful - If we already have the company in our system, you get access to historical data (for the last 30-days). We're now at 800+ companies in MailCharts. I do think Owletter can be a useful tool, but I also believe that MailCharts gives you deeper insights and access to things you couldn't do with a simple gmail signup. Let me know if you have any questions or feedback :) Disclaimer to other PH readers: I'm the co-creator of http://www.producthunt.com/posts...
Adam Evers
Adam Evers@adamevers · Builder - Internshipsinsf & Coindera
Love both of these products. Wish I would have had them back during my email marketing days at Famous Dave's.