Keep an Eye on Your Competitors' Newsletters

get it
There are no images or videos added to the gallery.
Add to gallery



MakersThere are no makers yet
You need to become a Contributor to join the discussion - Find out how.
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 SmithPro@_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.