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If you’re running an email newsletter, or considering starting one, there are a lot of options out there to choose from. The decision making process isn’t always easy. But we at T&S have consistently recommended MailChimp for the last few years. Here are a few features that may resonate with you. At the very least, they’re features I’ve found useful.
August 5, 2014 by Tim Priebe
For many, it’s a no-brainer to have a presence on LinkedIn. And many organizations go beyond making sure their staff have profiles, but actually create a Company Page as well. But what good does that do if nobody’s following your company? And how do you get followers? Fortunately, you can use a method I’ve tested that has proven to increase LinkedIn followers.
In celebration of Tim’s upcoming book, Blog A Week, I’ve decided it would probably be a good idea to put it to the test. It can sometimes be tough to find a good topic to write about, and this book can help you think of some out-of-the-box ideas. That’s where I got the idea to write about my “toolbox”, or things that I use every day as a designer, and why I love to use them.
One of the great benefits of technology is that it often makes existing tasks easier to accomplish. That’s also one of the downsides of technology. When it comes to something like social media, it’s incredibly easy to put your online marketing on full auto-pilot. But for businesses to get the full benefit of their online marketing, they have to be willing to invest a little time in parallel to all the automation.
T&S Web Design has been around since 2003. When we originally started, there was usually one website per organization, and that’s how you did all your online marketing. Boy, have things changed! And that’s why, after 11 years of operating under the same name, we’ve changed our name to T&S Online Marketing. Here’s just a few things…
Nothing will set your website apart quite like high-quality engaging photos. The photos on your website are often what people will notice first when visiting your website. They help set the mood, let your visitors know what to expect, simply add some visual interest to complement your content. But not everyone has the resources, whether that’s time, money, or equipment, to create their own photos. That’s where stock photos can come in handy.