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I look forward to reading it every Monday to start my week! Keep up the great work!
It's one of the few I'm actually opening when it hits my inbox 👍. Nuggets of valuable info.
I used to be a newsletter junkie. I've since unsubscribed from most of them but there are three that I will probably never turn my back on for as long as they exist.
These are John Ostrowski's Positive Experiments, Kevin Anderson's Experimental Mind and Rommil Santiago 🔦's Experiment Nation newsletter. Speero's is really good too but these are by far my personal faves.
If you work in experimentation (and even if you don't) and aren't subscribed to these three newsletters, the joke's on you. Seriously, just go do it. You owe it to yourself. The links are in the comments.
... super helpful - great for catching up on experimentation news and developments in the global community.
Great article 💙 Kevin, thanks for sharing through your weekly mailing 💪 Shout out to this highly recommended newsletter.
I'm loving the newsletter. Great contribution to the community.
Experimental Mind Newsletter by Kevin Anderson: your weekly dose of CRO news, a fantastic resource to be always up to date with new articles and trends
Currently I'm enjoy reading the newsletters from Kevin Anderson, Avinash Kaushik and Tom van den Berg.
... yours is one of the few newsletters I always open and read. This one contained some particularly good (and relevant for me right now) topics.
... a well put together newsletter! The posts are rare finds and not those that are doing the circuit already. Thank you for making us all smarter!
Dito! I'm simply too busy (read: lazy) to scan the web for interesting blogs. The newsletter of Kevin Anderson and Tom van den Berg takes care of this for me.
This newsletter is one of the first ones I started reading when I entered this industry, and I still look forward to each one. Interesting tidbits of information that I would not have came across elsewhere.