This week we're featuring an Employee Spotlight on one of our developers, Josh Rouwhorst. Keep reading to find out more about this quirky, fun, and interesting guy!
At the start of 2016, we took on a big initiative for our team. We started publishing one article a week. We've learned a lot throughout the year in terms of the process for publishing and the types of articles that seem to resonate the most with people.
On that note, below we've gathered our top 5 most popular articles of the year.
Since I started at Springthrough a little more than a year ago, the firm’s website has been a topic of discussion. My suspicion is that even before I began, people were tossing around the idea of a new site. It seems pretty common to be most critical of your own website.
If you’re a die-hard follower of one or more political candidates, you may have already opted in to an email marketing campaign within the past few months. Or, more likely, you accidentally opted in by leaving that pesky little box checked when filling out an online form or making a campaign donation. Either way, you’re now at the mercy of the political email marketing machine, and if you’re not careful, it can quickly take over your inbox!
Topics: Digital Marketing
As I look back on the month of May, one thing that stands out is the whirlwind of activity around Sitefinity, the content management and digital marketing platform.