Happy Friday! Here are the daily articles we tweeted this week:
Using Google spreadsheets to analyze your social media efforts? YES. ow.ly/92H7d #MondayMarketing
— AHCMC (@creativemoco) February 13, 2012
Takeaways: So some techy people have figured out how to use Google Spreadsheets to analyze your social media efforts. If you’re a datahead, you’ll love these! Setting them up is a little time intensive (it’s not so “plug and play”), but each have good directions on how to make them work.
Want your online content “above the fold”? @woodstreetweb tells us why the fold is a lie…well, kind of: ow.ly/94pS9 #TuesdayTech — AHCMC (@creativemoco) February 14, 2012
Takeaways: With varying screen resolutions and other factors, just how relevant is “The Fold” on the web? Our web developers at Wood Street explore the issue.
We were on the #pARTnership movement webinar earlier. When arts & business partner, everyone profits: ow.ly/95ZEN #WednesdayWinning — AHCMC (@creativemoco) February 15, 2012
Takeaways: Americans for the Arts has just launched The Partnership Movement (emphasis on the “art” in partnership!), an initiative that encourages business leaders to build their competitive advantage by partnering with the arts. This site has 8 reasons for businesses to partner with the arts, features case studies of successful arts & business partnerships and even has a searchable directory so business can easily find their arts partner. It’s really exciting — can’t wait to see what innovative things come out of this movement!
Perfect for afternoon slumps: 5 tips to get past creativity block! Written for designers, applies to all: ow.ly/97ggr #ThursdayTips
— AHCMC (@creativemoco) February 16, 2012
Takeaways: This got a lot of retweets, so I’m guessing that I’m not the only one facing dreaded afternoon slumps! Click through, it’s worth it.
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