• rohitpande

    @paraschopra My sense is that most of the services or offerings are good to have or want based. Unless you end up positioning your service/ product in the need based segment, you won't get much value for bucks (as the publisher).

    Can we compare B2B with B2C over here? I wonder.

    I think by and large education/ health sector apps should be able to monetise in a near future because here the user is less likely to be publisher (provider) agnostic, right? Every other place, he will seek for the best transactional fit.

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    @rudimk Android has a separate folders for screenshots right? You just need to flush it periodically, I guess.

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  • rohitpande

    @paraschopra Close enough!

    Hey, one quick question - Shouldn't all the links mentioned in comments be made to open in another tab. I cringe when I have to right click and open-new tab for the want of it.

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    @IamSB Not really what I was looking for. Thanks anyway.

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    Can anyone direct me to a good link of compilation if there's one or a list where print/ digital media reviews apps and products.

    There was a presentation shared by Deepak Abbot which had a good collection but most of the are firangs.

    I guess notcrud is pegged to be one of the foremost in times to come but I would like to know the alternates...

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  • rohitpande

    @paraschopra

    One of the better presentation I saw on this theme of getting the mobile app funde for dummies.

    https://medium.com/its-an-app-world/growth-hacks-daily-use-tips-for-your-mobile-apps-f5d2f9f6e065

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    @aditya1 - hmm as i said that's one segment which cannot do without it. News is not a luxury for them but a sort of unmet need. And hence, they were our first consumers.

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    @paraschopra - did this come in the wake of the coming extended weekend :P

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    @paraschopra -

    News in general is a want based activity or a good to have thing. We wanted to do news but try our hands at the need aspect of it. So, we thought of the market of current affairs heavy entrance exams. Naturally this precluded sports, entertainment and politics heavy news from our bevy of articles.

    newsinshorts is more of a quick flick news. They are essentially flashcards but we are connecting the dots. Every news has a theme and we are creating stories basis on that. Linking the milestone development of a larger events by smaller news cards.

    That solves the problem of discoverability. And that helps explain the news in context.

    IMHO - India is still rising upto this content disruption. West has seen ~3 generations of it and NYT and the other biggies have taken a hit in some way or the other. There was an innovation report released loooong time back around this very debate and they realised that their back was against the wall!

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    Why are replies deleted from this thread?

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