Topic: In App Messaging

Hard-Coded vs. Dynamic In-App Messaging: What’s Your User Engagement Strategy?

Perhaps you’re familiar with Scratch, a programming language developed to teach children as young as 8 the basics of learning to code software. Young coders create animated stories and projects by snapping so-called coding blocks together. They can ...

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Overcoming Short Attention Spans: The Value of In-App Messaging and Software Usage Analytics

Did you make it to the end of the blog title or stop after “short attention spans?” You’ve likely heard that highly circulated statistic that the average attention span of a human – eight seconds – is now shorter than that of a goldfish. And you ...

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May 04, 2018 Videos

[VIDEO] In-App Messaging for Product and Feature Education

It’s quick and easy to set up ReachOut messages to launch in your application – even without any technical expertise. In this short video, you’ll learn two, step-by-step examples of how to:

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Product Management Insights: In-App Messaging 101

You’re sitting in a meeting with leaders from marketing, sales, and a bunch of other important people, listening to the CMO detail the latest marketing trends within your product space. You keep your eyes locked on the screen as you reach for a ...

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In-App Messaging and In-App Marketing using ReachOut

You have collected a wealth of runtime intelligence via Revulytics Software Usage Analytics which has helped you unearth some interesting trends about your users. Your top concerns are that some of your main features are not being discovered by ...

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ReachOut In-Application Messaging - New Updated Workflow

Revulytics is pleased to announce that the new ReachOut In-Application messaging workflow is now available. This update simplifies the management of ReachOut campaigns so you can easily distinguish between automatic and manual campaigns, ...

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Three Tips for Leveraging In-App Messaging to Drive Software Piracy Conversions

At the cornerstone of technology giant Adobe’s strategies to combat software piracy is a simple truth – pirates are often victims who thought they legitimately paid for the software. Hackers have become so sophisticated that landing pages to ...

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