Fabrizio Rinaldi, May 12, 2020
With Mailbrew, you can set up email digests on anything you can think of. From your favorite subreddits to YouTubers you love, from that blog that you never want to miss to must-read Twitter users, it's all right there in your inbox.
Since launching in March, many users have been…
Fabrizio Rinaldi, May 01, 2020
Like most social networks, Twitter lets you search through its history with a nice visual interface, but there's so much more you can do under the surface.
In this post you'll learn how to use the Advanced search, and then how to use a special syntax to find old tweets from…
Francesco Di Lorenzo, April 17, 2020
In this quick guide I will explain how to use Google Alerts to track any topic on the Internet. Google Alerts is an extremely versatile tool that allows you to get notifications via email every time some new content gets published containing keywords you specify.
Fabrizio Rinaldi, April 14, 2020
Less than 2 months ago we launched Mailbrew, and since then we've been working non-stop to add new features and improve it based on your feedback.
Mailbrew helps you to keep in touch with the people and things you care about by sending you personal automated digests — saving you…
Fabrizio Rinaldi, March 18, 2020
To help you stay informed on the Coronavirus outbreak, today we're adding a free COVID-19 source that you can use to track the outbreak in your country, or worldwide.
Fabrizio Rinaldi, March 10, 2020
Manually searching Twitter to track social media mentions of your company, product or blog can be stressful and time consuming — but tracking Twitter mentions can help you stay ahead of the competition, improve brand awareness, and engage with your community.
For example, tracking mentions of
mailbrew.com on Twitter helped us launch and grow our app successfully; it's with Mailbrew…
Fabrizio Rinaldi, January 20, 2020
Gaetano Narducci, January 08, 2020
If the first thing you do when you wake up is checking your phone, then your day most likely starts with a mindless scroll. Still lying in your bed, even before the thought of having breakfast comes to your mind, you feel the need to expose your relatively well-rested brain to a…
Fabrizio Rinaldi, October 07, 2019
We care about our time. We're almost obsessed about it, and we want to spend it doing, and consuming, only meaningful things. But in this day and age, it's increasingly hard to unplug from feeds and be free from countless notifications, while also keeping in touch with the…