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  • Onboarding Email Newsletters: Best Practices and Examples

    The onboarding email newsletter is a part of a welcome email series that plays a crucial role in creating a comfortable environment for the subscribers. 

    Not every company needs them, but if you are planning to sell goods, offer services, or make a multifunctional website with helpful information, then chances are you will need one or two for creating a good user experience as well as running a successful email marketing strategy.

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    The average price of smartphones bought in India is..

    The average price of smartphones bought in India used to be ~Rs. 5K range, but there is a new trend picking up.

    The sub-Rs 5,000 market seems to have exhausted itself over the first wave of feature phone users moving to smartphones. Reportedly, there are 450 million feature phones in the country still, but most users do not want an upgrade just yet. 

    IDC data shows that the average price of smartphones being bought in India had gradually been on the rise. It grew from $159 (Rs 11,350 approx) in 2018 to $160 (Rs 11,421 approx) in 2019 and is touching $170 (Rs 12,135 approx) currently. 

  • Apple previews new software as it diversifies beyond iPhones

    In India, Apple now has 76% market share in Rs 35K+ phone category

    According to a report by IDC, in Q4 2019, Apple garnered an impressive 75.6% market share in the premium (Rs 35,000 and above) segment. Apple is also the number one player — beating Samsung in the process — in the premium smartphone market.

    This growth is largely due to Apple’s aggressive pricing strategy, followed by deals and bundle offers.

  • And India’s noisiest city is…Chennai

    Chennai is the noisiest among the six metro cities, but the noise levels in other metros are also very high, as per Central Pollution Control Board data.

    Across the city’s 10 stations, the average noise levels during the day was 67.8 decibels (dB), much higher than the equivalent figure for Delhi (61).

    The government mandates that noise levels in residential areas should not exceed 55 dB during the day (and 45 at night).

  • Piyush Goyal: Doesn’t smell right when an ecommerce co makes a loss of Rs. 6K crore on Rs 5K turnover

    “Promises of a certain number of people benefitting from e-commerce are very attractive, but it cannot be at the cost of a ’10X’ number of people suffering the consequences of practices which are not allowed and certainly a trillion dollar company, competing with small retailers whose total capital may be a lakh of two lakhs of rupees is a very, very unfair competition,” [Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal]

    He also said that it “certainly does not look and feel and smell right” when a company makes a loss of Rs 6,000 crore on a turnover of Rs 5,000 crore.

  • Andy Rubin's Essential Products is shutting down; So is Newton Mail

    Andy Rubin, the man behind Android is shutting down Essential Products.

    While the smartphone did not sell well, it was one of the first devices to feature a minimal notch for the front-facing camera. It was also applauded for getting fast Android updates, though that is ending today.

    Essential acquired Newton Mail last year, which will also be shutting down.

    As part of the company wind down, the security update for PH-1 released on February 3 is the last update from the Essential software team. Your PH-1 will continue to work but we will not be providing any additional updates or customer support. Current Newton Mail users will have access to the service through April 30, 2020.

  • This AI based platform wants to help you improve your resume

    As more companies shift towards AI parsing through the tons of resumes they receive as part of job applications, here’s a startup that’s interested in helping you get with the times (or AI). Apollo Yard is an AI-powered platform that aims to help you deal with what the founder calls ‘imperfect algorithms’ that are behind the systems used by companies to analyze resumes. More

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