The 8 Essential Elements of a Winning Blog Post

by Michelle Heathers on April 18, 2018
The 8 Essential Elements of a Winning Blog Post

Not all blog posts are created equal. If you write or read blog posts, that quickly becomes apparent. What’s less obvious is, why? The difference between an okay blog post and one that glues eyes to the screen can be difficult to pinpoint. We instinctively feel it, even if we can’t verbalize it while reading. […]

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BrandGlue’s Designer Wins Shutterstock’s Pixels of Fury

by Zach Welch on September 22, 2014
BrandGlue's designer competes and wins Shutterstock's Pixels of Fury in Indianapolis graphic design competition

  BrandGlue’s designer, Joey Ponce, was recently crowned the champion of Shutterstock’s Pixels of Fury competition in Indianapolis. Joey competed against five other talented designers in a live demonstration. Attendees watched live as the digital art came to life in front of their very eyes. While we’re certain Joey faced some fierce and talented competition, […]

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The End of Facebook Like-Gating: What You Need to Know

by Michelle Heathers on August 25, 2014

There has always been a good deal of buzz around Facebook’s strict rules when it comes to running contests and promotions. In the latest round of edits to their TOS, Facebook announced a ban on “like-gating,”  which will go into full effect on November 5th, 2014. This update was buried at the bottom of the […]

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Twitter Analytics Now Include Organic Tweets

by Michelle Heathers on August 7, 2014

Twitter ads can help amplify your message by reaching a specific targeted audience. In order to make the most of Twitter ads, it’s best to first build a strong organic presence on Twitter, since Promoted Tweets are simply organic tweets targeted to a specific audience. How can you tell which of your organic tweets or […]

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