Blog Posts: The Windows into Your Company’s Soul

With businesses and organizations struggling to understand more hyped social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, blogs often get left behind, but they’re no less important. Blogs are a chance to communicate a company’s message, and to show a little more personality…

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How to Grow Your Email List Without Doing Anything New

Every day, businesses and organizations send out hundreds of millions of emails to customers, clients, supporters, members, prospects, and friends. Many of these emails are sent from tools like Constant Contact. We all know how valuable these marketing messages are,…

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In Bloom: Plants and an Marketing Program

As the last of the leaves fall and temperatures in many parts of the country drop, we thought it would be nice to highlight a business that can make anywhere feel like the middle of summer. Maas Nursery has been in the…

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Facebook: Where Conversati​ons Become Causes

Every time you hear something about social media, there’s a good chance that the words ‘ongoing conversation’ will tumble out soon after. We generally think of a conversation as something that has a greeting and a goodbye — even if…

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What I Want from Email Marketers This Holiday Season

Now that Thanksgiving is in the rear-view mirror, it’s full-steam ahead on the holiday season. Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, or something else (Festivus, anyone?), it’s likely you’re going to be buying and receiving lots of gifts over the course…

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What Constant Contact Is Thankful For (Part Two)

Thanksgiving gives us all a great opportunity to step back and say thanks for those things that really matter: friends, family, good health, and happiness. For me — at least in a professional capacity — what really matters is readers.…

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What Constant Contact Is Thankful For (Part One)

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving (here in the United States, anyway), and at Constant Contact we sure do have a lot to be thankful for. Speaking personally, I’m giving thanks for Twitter. Yes, Twitter. It’s the reason Ben & Jerry’s paid our…

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