Producing web content goes hand in hand with successful brand marketing these days — but can be tricky without a go-to development person or team. Although learning to code is becoming more accessible every day, not many professionals have the time to dedicate to such an undertaking. Whether you’re a new company with limited resources or your dev team’s time is spread thin, calling on third-party apps or services can be a great way to cut costs and work more efficiently to reach your marketing goals. Let’s take a look at five tools that will help you bypass development so you can focus less on coding and more on actually engaging your audience with remarkable content. 1. IFTTT IFTTT, which stands for ‘If This Then That,’ is putting the Internet to work for you one recipe at a time. This free tool connects two services to respond to... keep reading
It wasn’t long ago that Twitter added inline image previews to its official apps, including the web view. Now, Twitter is including more image focus in the latest redesign. On the left-hand side of Twitter’s new web view, your profile and header images are now visible. We’ve done tests on our own Twitter account previously that showed images [...]
Building Online Community As we work on creating a new tool, a tool capable of helping ecommerce merchants and content marketers validate their social media and content marketing. We’ve identified five community pillars: Creation Story – Who Are YOU (should map core values and tell a story referred to over and over). Authoritative Content – …
Communicating visually is one of the most effective ways to explain complex concepts and relationships, both internally with your teammates and externally with your clients. Our very own Product Manager, Miranda Rensch, offers a list of tools you can use to create beautiful visualizations and let your visual communication skills shine!
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