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In June 2014, LinkedIn introduced background images on the profiles of their Premium members. Since then, they have decided to open up this feature to all members. Because LinkedIn is meant for your online professional presence, it’s important to make sure that your profile looks as good as possible.
We love anything that makes our clients’ lives easier. A couple years back, MailChimp rolled out their drag-and-drop template creator. This has been great for both us and our clients, because creating a MailChimp template is even easier than it ever was before. You’ve seen in our last two blogs how to create your MailChimp account, and create your first list. Now that you have those taken care of, it’s time to use that awesome drag-and-drop interface.
MailChimp is our recommended service provider for email newsletters. They have an easy-to-use interface, great tracking and analytics, and can help keep your email database organized with their bounce tracking and list cleaning. Plus, getting started with MailChimp is simple, quick, and free. So let’s take a look at how to get started by creating your MailChimp account.
October 21, 2014 by Tim Priebe
Many organizations have a need to display photos online. It may be for products, services, events, staff, their location, or something else entirely. In years past, it was fairly obvious where those photos went: On their website. But now that social media is an option, including some websites that revolve around photo sharing, the water seems a bit muddied. So how do you determine where your photos should go online?
Pretty much everyone uses their phone to surf the internet, check business hours, get directions, and so much more. In fact, more people now have a mobile device than have a desktop computer. So having a website that is optimized for viewing on a phone is crucial in today’s world. Really, it’s expected, and people…