Without content, how does your potential customer know who you are? Consider the buying cycle: awareness, research, consideration, and finally, the decision to buy.
I remember building a kid’s play kitchen several years back, working tirelessly through their mediocre instructions for 4 hours and hundreds of screws sunk in to mislabeled pieces.
To create an HTML5 background video that loops in the background of webpage is pretty easy, however, there are a great amount of variables to think about.
It’s an easy enough question that can open a giant can of research depending on the scenario. To get to the bottom of it, we go through a simple 4 step process of deduction - starting with the easiest and most obvious reasoning and working backward into the more complex until we find the culprit.
At Activator, part of what sets us apart from other agencies, is our ability to learn quickly. And with my move to the rapid-paced city of New York, I’m learning at a rate a little quicker than most. So I decided to build an web app to document what I was learning.
Linkedin and the other social sites are holding on to (or “caching”) a version of your blog post for performance purposes. If you’re using WordPress, try changing the Featured Image. If that still doesn’t work, here’s your super simple solution...
Asana’s hierarchical structure mirrors how we think about our agency and its’ work, so it makes a lot of sense for our team and others like it. From the Organization umbrella, to Teams and on down to Projects and Tasks, I’ll outline how we use each one and a couple other of Asana’s features we use and how they integrate into our workflow.
Offer specific series or other products as "drip" campaigns. This is a model used by companies like NutriSystem and Loot Crate. It’s a “set it and forget” approach, where customers that sign up are then fed a predetermined set of emails, all aimed at building that relationship and eventually turning them loyal customers.
So we thought Trello might do the trick. It was made for a more agile workflow, allowed us to keep projects and tasks updated and clearly marked their progress. It seemed like this really useful, trendy thing that larger product companies were using and knew it'd be perfect for us too. There were however, after a few months, some shortcomings we just couldn’t continue to overlook...