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MailChimp Snap

We use, and recommend, MailChimp for client email management. There are quite a few email systems out there that are pretty similar with regard to user friendly interfaces, and accessible templates that can customized to deliver nice looking emails that work well on all browsers, most notably mobile ones where more and more mobile obsessed people are getting their ...

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Twitter and Growth

Twitter shared its first earnings report this week, and the key takeaway was not its excellent revenue growth, but rather the social network's limited ability to grow its user base. The social net's numbers are great, and growing, but not fast enough to satiate investors. Like many that use the service, I'm an active Twitter user, but not a particularly active ...

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Content and Search

Plenty of news lately on Google and their refinement of their diamond encrusted platinum search algorithm. The long and short of it is that page content, and user engagement with a site's content, is an increasingly important factor in search rankings. This make sense from Google's perspective, since their entire $291 billion market cap value proposition is based ...

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Logos and Social Media

Talk today moved into logos, as we're streamlining ours a bit. While working on something of your own, you tend to be hyper aware of the actions of others. So we've been looking closer at logos with the big thing about them now being how well they look while very small. Very small as in 48x48 pixels. Why 48x48? Those are the pixel dimensions for your brand's ...

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Chasing Cool. And Missing.

Ran across an ad for a casino in a local publication today. Normally, we're pretty kind judges when reviewing what looks to be professional ad work. We know about client feedback loops, deadlines and the general watering down of anything creative that comes from the need to assuage constituencies. But this was bad and justifies critique. Far too many words and ...

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Social Integrations and Page Loads

We use what would be described as a normal internet connections. A lot of wifi at client meetings or working in different locations for creative inspiration. Our systems are all standard as well. This is the case not only for budgetary reasons, but for looking to enjoy the same user experience that our client's clients enjoy. With that, something has caught our ...

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XMSN and Domain Names

So your company name is Transmission, but you use XMSN for a URL, what's up with that? XMSN is the official abbreviation of transmission. It's four letters, which is easier to explain/recall than five letters, six letters and on and on. We wanted something simple and easy to remember. While the .com extension, like so many millions of other URLs is being camped ...

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