Receive email newsletters or not? – A SWOT analysis

If you want to gather information about markets or topics, email newsletters are a channel you can use. Let's take a look with a SWOT analysis.

Email newsletters are established channels to share communication because they have huge advantages for the communicator:

But what happens when we change our perspective, searching for information rather than being the communicator?

Let’s do a SWOT analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threads; see Wikipedia for more information) to understand how email newsletters can help us in retrieving information.

Strengths of reading email newsletters

Weaknesses of reading email newsletters

Opportunities from reading email newsletters

Threads of reading email newsletters

Our recommendation

Newsletters offering in-depth content are usually an excellent choice to follow. You can always try them out and cancel the subscription if they either don’t deliver enough value or hit your inbox too frequently.

Pro tip

To keep your inbox clean for your daily dose of transactional emails, you can:

  1. Set up a different email address for newsletters.
  2. Automatically put them in a different folder.
  3. Use a dedicated tool to handle updates you receive.

Act now

Receiving and reading newsletters is easy. No need to search for them; they come to you. That makes it easy to get started.

If you want to connect to external sources, email newsletters are a good channel to start.

Let us know if you want us to help. Here are your choices:

  1. You can use our app as a unified inbox to gather all input of your favorite sources. No distractions. Pure insight.
  2. Contact us to talk about consulting. We can help you set up a system to watch your market tailored to your needs.
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