You’ve seen the SNL sketch. You’ve been Zooming day in, day out. You’ve seen your colleagues changing their virtual background, sometimes to a tropical beach, sometimes to a scene from a movie, or a popular tv show (Seinfeld, anyone?). Changing your Zoom background is sort of like decorating your desk—a way of expressing yourself. You […]
Wilson’s phalaropes creating whirlpools. One of the many amazing virtual backgrounds, for the taking, courtesy of Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary. The Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary’s Seabird Protection Network has always been heavily reliant on in-person community events as their biggest source of outreach in their campaign to protect wildlife from disturbances by boaters […]
Since creating art lesson plans is like creating content, it turns out we’re really good at it. We found this out by creating a series of 40-minute art classes starting with my 4-year-old nephew, who adored working on them collaboratively over Google Duo. Here are six of our art lesson plans to work on with […]
This is part II of the What the Eff Is a Strategic Business Narrative and Why Does Every Company Need One? series. In part I, we discuss what a strategic narrative can do for your people. Editor’s Note. We began drafting this piece well before the health crisis became a daily driving force, and we […]
Smaller, often resident-run, Home Owners Associations (HOAs) don’t always have the luxury of a property management company to lean on when the going gets tough. It may feel scary to step up and lead during a crisis that is much bigger than ourselves or our building matters. At the same time keeping the flow of […]
A strategic narrative is the story of a company. That’s it. Now, before you throw your hands up in disgust at this obvious-seeming answer, you should understand that I’m not talking about the usual, “Founded in 2010 by tech whiz-kids Mary Jones and Frank Smith… etc.” A strategic narrative is NOT the same thing as […]
After two years of thinking about it, I realized that now was the perfect time to discuss the valuable free digital ads businesses sometimes overlook in this sophisticated era of AI and marketing automation. With the surplus of data for business intelligence to manage, savvy marketers recognize that maximizing free impressions and using them to optimize organic web presence for B2B engagement is incredibly important.
“Security” is no longer the realm of crypto nerds. Publishing platform Medium dedicated the entirety of its first magazine to the subject of trust, with articles like “Find Out What Google and Facebook Know About You” and “Your Online Data Is In Peril. The Blockchain Could Save It.”
Campaign Monitor was recently part of an esteemed panel of judges for Email Monks’ The Best Email Design Hunt and used their inspiration to create this very useful email design infographic—the Anatomy of a Winning Email Design.
Email marketing is a cost-effective, highly targeted, and easily measurable way to connect with your customers and prospects—when done right. More often than not, we see B2B emails that are missing the opportunity to connect with their audience by glazing over the key details. Make sure these email marketing essentials are checked before you hit […]
Inspired by the B2B Marketing Innovation Summit “My dream was to generate leads when I grow up,” says Kumail Nanjiani, more famously known as the character Dinesh from the wildly popular HBO comedy “Silicon Valley.” Surprise, surprise, it was a joke. Dinesh isn’t really a hacker and knows nothing about coding, let alone digital marketing.
You’ve heard it all before: in order to stay competitive, you need to embrace a digital mindset. Specifically, it’s critical to adopt the technologies and build a digital foundation that leads to improved customer service, heightened productivity, and increased revenues.
If you’re serious about putting your business ahead of the competition in 2016, these are the three things you simply can’t procrastinate on any longer. You even have an extra day this month, with 2016 being a leap year. The clock’s ticking—so it’s time to get started »
This is a bit beyond the semantics of it: there is a big difference between being “in control” of your website and “having control” of it. Why is this important? Many people feel that if they have full admin access to their website that they in control of the site. But this is simply not true, and can lead website owners to falsely believe that they are in control of a healthy website. Here’s why.
Here is how MailChimp’s Groups and List Segmentation can help you not only notify your tenants of upcoming alarm tests or rent meetings, but also be able to target certain floors, type of units, or rental situation such as month-to-month.
Social media today is teaching kids, students and grandmothers alike that they have the ability to copy and share anything with anyone, while news media and courts tells them that sharing certain documents, music, movies and even homemade videos of roommates is illegal and punishable. Why that and not this?
In this post, I will be comparing cheap websites to cheap coffee, or better yet, how the two have so much in common. Why? People understand bad, cheap coffee, but often don’t see that a cheap website is just as lousy and forgiving as that cup of Joe eating a hole in your stomach. And […]
There are an uncountable number of posts written on the subject of how to break designer’s block. Many say the same thing: relax, go outside, go somewhere creative. And some of these work well for others. I have found more specific ways that tend to work for me. Not to say the others don’t work, […]
Page Curl is our latest email template built specifically for Campaign Monitor’s template editor. It is being offered as a free download for a limited time (while we put the finishing touches on it and get it ready for submission to ThemeForest.)
Yesterday was a first for me: I fulfilled my civic jury duty. Somehow I’ve dodged the bullet all these years; so, I was excited to finally see what all of the non-hype was all about. My take was that it was pretty interesting to see, and entertaining. They go around the room and ask everyone […]