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Our experts will keep you up to date on the latest industry news, trends, and insights as you navigate the ever-changing world of marketing and design.
We’re excited to share with you some of what we’ve learned.
You’ve got the new website, now what? If it seems like we talk a lot about how websites aren’t static and that they need constant updates, it’s because it’s true. Creating a website is just step one. Maintenance is what will keep your site up to speed and functioning properly.
The holidays are in full swing. It’s a busy time for marketers, and while it’s a joyous time for many, the holidays can also be stressful and hard for some. In recent years, a new strategy has emerged for email marketers—empathy.
If you’re a writer, or a marketer, or a blogger, or a student, or really anyone who uses words for a living, you’ve probably heard the expression “word vomit.”
You might not realize it, but your social media manager wears many hats every day, from photographer/videographer to strategist, graphic designer, copywriter/editor, and more. While they often make it look effortless, don’t be fooled. It takes quite a bit of effort.
It can be difficult to keep up with all the changing trends and features in the ever-evolving world of digital marketing. We get it.
But it’s necessary for businesses to keep things up to date for so many reasons.
Thinking about making the switch to a new customer relationship management (CRM) software? Or perhaps you’re just starting out and debating which one you should choose. The truth is that there are many factors that come into play when deciding which CRM is right for your nonprofit.
Modern marketing solutions that really work—what they are, how they work, and why you should consider incorporating them into your integrated marketing strategy.
The show has been selected. You’ve been given a title or theme, but nothing else is set. What do you do? You work with
Is your nonprofit website outdated? Here are six ways to tell.
Marketers use a LOT of acronyms, so we created this cheat sheet to help non-marketers translate our jargon. While the lingo may seem intimidating at first, understanding the basic terminology will enable you to speak the same language as your marketing team, no matter whether they’re in house or at an agency.
When you’re creating a marketing campaign, there’s a lot to consider, especially if you’ve never developed one before. So, let us guide you through the basics.
Learn essential insights and expert tips for building a compelling brand identity. Building your brand can take time, but if you do it right, you’ll be doing your new nonprofit a favor.
Building an in-house marketing team? Here are our top five traits to look for when assembling.
When you’re on a tight budget, it might seem like spending a little extra on promo items isn’t a good idea. But their potential ROI might be more than enough to sway you to consider this tried-and-true marketing strategy.
If you’re reading this, you’re probably wondering whether it makes sense for your business to join Threads. Here’s a “Threads Primer,” along with some pros and cons to consider for those who have yet to take the plunge.
When one of our clients needed a specialized, short-form animation, we knew it was a job for our super talented, in-house graphic designers. We designed a custom animated video that provided an illustrated overview of how our client works.
If you’ve ever spent any time researching and writing blogs—or hired someone to do it for you—you know blogging can take a lot of time
No doubt 2020 has been quite a year. Despite the pandemic and all the social, political and economic unrest, we’ve had quite a successful year! We started off
Living in the midst of a pandemic has affected our physical & mental health, jobs, stability, and way of life. We’re encountering newfound boredom, social
Building a website for your company is a critical step in increasing brand awareness. Since it’s common for consumers to search your brand online, it’s