In this Q&A, Andrew Nesbit of Course Hero tells us how the brand maintains an engaged community via user-generated content.
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In this Q&A, Microsoft’s Jeff Marcoux explains how account-based marketing bridges the gap between marketing and sales to deliver value to your customers.
Think marketing to your audience is tough? In this Q&A, Brand Marketing Manager Alexa Biale dives into how NewsCred tackles marketing to marketers.
CoSchedule’s content increased their traffic sixfold in two years. In this Q&A, they share their step-by-step approach to content strategy and execution.
In this Q&A, LinkedIn’s Alex Rynne dishes on how the company tackles content strategy, offers tips on how you can benefit from the platform, and more.
Want to get your infographics published? In this Q&A, Mike Nudelman, Graphics Editor at Business Insider, tells you how to get on an editor’s radar.
If you want to engage a Millennial audience, Snapchat is your friend. In this interview, POPSUGAR gives us their tips for running the best brand Snapchat.
When you visit your bank’s website or get your new debit card in the mail, the last word that probably comes to mind is “beautiful.” But we have to say that Simple, a new banking company whose beautiful design embodies its name, is definitely not a regular banking company. At every touchpoint, from custom reports…
This post originally appeared on Visage. Infographics are more than mainstream; they’re moving into the immersive entertainment world. The new video game Metrico (great name, even better tagline: A Game About Infographics and Free Will), was inspired by—of all things—infographics. Mirroring the minimalist infographic design aesthetic and gamifying users’ data input, Metrico combines all our…
Column Five recently helped Krochet Kids intl. produce their annual report, a unique opportunity to flex our creative muscles. Inspired by the organization’s work, we chatted with KK intl.’s CEO and Cofounder Kohl Crecelius about the creative challenges of running a non-profit apparel company that challenges traditional models of, well, everything.