Posted by Heather
Dogs have been a part of my life since I can remember. I grew up with quite an assortment – Collies, Great Danes, Pugs, and Keeshonds. I took naps on the Great Danes’ bellies as a toddler, witnessed both birth and death for the first time in grade school and had my first experience with a rescue dog in high school. As an adult, my brother & I rescued a big, goofy, Rottie/Rhodesian Ridgeback/Mastiff/Chocolate Lab that was a stray in Vermont named Hooch. When I bought my first house, I rescued Deuce, who is a Catahoula Leopard/Pitbull mix. He was in Pennsylvania and had to find a new home when his owner was diagnosed with cancer. Then came Zoe. She’s also a Pitbull mix who was rescued as a former bait dog in Hartford, Connecticut. You would think that I would have realized by then that maybe I had a soft-spot for rescue dogs.
But it wasn’t until rescue dog number #5 that I figured out just how important rescue dogs were to me. Halo made it crystal clear.
Do you spend time each week, month or quarter putting together a newsletter to share with your customers? If you put the time and effort into a newsletter, you want to make sure that it’s being read and, more importantly, that it’s encouraging your customers to take action. General statistics will show you who opened it and who clicked on what links, but, unless you are sitting next to them, it’s really hard to tell if they actually read any part of it, let alone the whole thing. Just because they opened it, doesn’t mean they read it. Why not spend some time this summer asking your audience for some feedback?
Our designers have been hard at work and we’re excited to announce that they’ve come up with 50 new templates. From invitations to thank you messages to seasonal and holiday designs, we’ve got you covered. If you have a ConnectedView account, you can access them immediately in the template library. Want to know which ones are new? Simply do a search for “Summer 2013” and we’ll show you all 50.
Every website has links, but do you know if the ones on your pages are working correctly? Not only do you have to make sure that they bring your visitor to the right place, you need to make sure that they are correct from a technical point-of-view too. Search engines look at all kinds of things in order to rank your page in search results – making sure they like your links is an important aspect of optimizing your website. Below are a few things to double-check in regards to your links: