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JournalDev uses RSS-to-Push Notification feature, saves 42 man-hours every month(Case Study)

Journaldev is a resource and knowledge-sharing web platform for sharing tips and tricks on various technologies. It is one of the largest tutorials websites for Java, Python, Android, and other technical articles. JournalDev is one of the most sought-after sites, consistently maintaining 3 million Monthly Active Users. At the same time, most of the traffic comes from...
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Audience Segmentation for 10X higher online engagement, lead conversion, and retention

"Data Collection is a critical parameter to achieve a segmentation goal." Most of the businesses spend time on customer acquisition, data collection of email, and sending marketing campaigns and notifications but all the strategies are failing consecutively with no increase in user engagement, customer retention, and conversions on website or app.  The efficient categorization of Data and similar elements could solve...
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IndiaGlitz Uses Push Notifications To Push Vernacular Content To Its Users (Case Study)

IndiaGlitz is a premium online media company that delivers trending news from the Indian entertainment industry. IndiaGlitz caters to over 5 million active users in different languages, viz. Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Hindi, and Kannada. It also delivers exclusive content from various industries like Hollywood, Tollywood, and other leading industries and builds online engagement. Readers across various regions show up on...
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How Using Push Notifications in your Marketing Funnel Up-slopes your Brand?

Marketing funnels are the customer's route map from initial stages to conversion and beyond. It is an upside-down pyramid that depicts how a person finally comes under the Brand's radar and converts into a potential buyer. Earlier, the marketing funnel was based on the AIDA model, created by E. St. Elmo Lewis on the...
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How can I send web push notifications to a specific user?

Push notifications are updates that are delivered straight to the user's devices. Some questions might appear in your mind like- how to engage your site visitors? how can you re-engage users who have abandoned your app after their first use? The answer is simple! Use push notifications with a strategic approach. The most important aspect of sending web push notifications...
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5 Reasons Why Your Business Needs Push Notifications

The company has the best of its services, products, and goods, but to make it reach the audience, it requires interaction, representation, and effective communication. Effective communication is a prerequisite for achieving organizational goals. There are more than 1.5 billion websites available on google out, of which more than 24 million are products selling websites. This shows the stiff competition...
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10 Free Tools Every Entrepreneur Should Use

Table of Contents10 Free Tools for Every EntrepreneurGoogle AnalyticsTruepushGrammarlyBufferTypeformVismeEvernoteTrelloCanvaXtensioAbout Truepush “Every once in a while, a new technology, an old problem, and a big idea turn into an innovation.” - Dean Kamen. Ah! Innovation! Innovation is to Technology like Mind Stone...
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Push Notification vs. Email – Truepush

Table of ContentsIntroductionWhat is Email Marketing?What is Push Notification Marketing?Difference Between Push Notification Vs EmailLength of MessageCreate UrgencyBlock SubscriptionsPersonalizationThe objective of...
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Push Notifications for Healthy User Engagement- Truepush

https://open.spotify.com/episode/6YBTgPi2yNJhLgizdWFQVb Introduction As of 2018, on average, a typical blog post takes three and a half hours to write and has around 1151 words. Once the blog is up and running, people start reading it and your reader base expands. Your readers have to come back to your site...