For email marketers, there are few things more nerve-wracking than the anticipation you get after hitting send. Unlike other types of marketing, you've only got one chance with an email send to get someone to open your email. You cross your fingers and hope. Will people open this email? Will they hit spam? Will they actually click on it? Pleaseohpleaseohplease go well. [Read more...]
Oh, how you've changed, Mark Zuckerberg
Over the years, the head of Facebook has shaken up his site with various redesigns. Sometimes, it was little things, like being able to "Poke" people or displaying user activity on a "Mini-Feed." And sometimes, it was a big change, like the 2011 introduction of Timeline, which allowed users to post "Life Events" and add large cover photos
What better way to reminisce on all of Facebook's changes than to look at Zuckerberg's own profile evolution?
Throughout it all, he's been a chameleon, tweaking and transforming his page to highlight any and all of Facebook's new features. Here's a walk down memory lane with the many faces of Mark Zuckerberg's profile Read more...More about Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Social Media, Features, and Facebook Timeline
Written and audio messages aren't the only forms of communication the government appears to be gobbling up
The National Security Agency is collecting "huge numbers" of photos from emails, text messages, social media, videoconferences and other forms of communication for facial recognition purposes, according to classified documents obtained by The New York Times
Of the "millions" of images the NSA collects each day, roughly 55,000 are of the quality needed for facial recognition purposes, according to the Times. Facial recognition data is deemed just as important to the agency as the information gleaned from written and oral communications, according to the documents, which were obtained and then leaked by former agency contractor Edward Snowden Read more...More about Facebook, Facial Recognition, National Security, Apps Software, and Us World
Time is flying by. As the weather gets nicer, the months always start to feel shorter and shorter. It feels like just the other day I was sitting down to write the monthly roundup for April, and now here were are at the start of June. [Read more...]
Organic search results are unpaid, natural listings on search engine results pages (SERPs) that are surfaced and ranked based on their relevance to a user's query.
Although it takes time and effort to optimize your web pages for organic search, once you rank high in SERPs, you'll typically see lucrative long term returns on your investment. [Read more...]
Who doesn’t hate filling out forms?
Hate is a strong word, but sometimes it’s not [Read more...]
Our content curation objectives focus on keeping our broader prospect/customer/partner/pipeline network engaged with value-added content. We also hope it helps drive increased, pass-along awareness for other brands.
These best practices are based primarily on what we do at Heinz Marketing, plus what we’ve [Read more...]