October 17, 2011 12:00 PM
Are you ready to design your own website? Perhaps you want to create a web presence to sell a product, promote an event or raise awareness about a special cause. With some careful consideration, organization and implementation of best practices, you can create a unique web presence that can help you achieve your goal.
Yes, you can build a site using whatever means you choose, but that doesn’t necessarily equate into visits and/or a successful website. If users cannot identify the primary ...
October 14, 2011 03:28 PM
Making the World a Brighter Place
With a canopy of glowing balloons lighting up the twilight sky and a misty fog adding an iridescent sparkling coat to the thousands of people beneath them, you can’t help but pause to appreciate that something practically magical is going on. No, we are not at Disney World or an enormous community birthday party, but the electric excitement that encompasses and unites the crowd, feels similar. We are one people drawn together for a common posit...
October 14, 2011 10:22 AM
My company, Bostonian Group, added Brainshark to our toolbox late last year. Like lots of other shiny new toys that are dusted off and introduced to our company, many that never gain traction or deliver what is promised, Brainshark was met with a healthy dose of skepticism (Ex: Seems like a lot of work; I don’t want to use MY voice, yadda, yadda, yadda). And so our new present sat in its box like an ill-conceived “fitness” product or a new fangled vacuum purcha...
October 13, 2011 10:27 AM
We’re on the phones. We’re in the chats. We’re behind the e-mails. And now we’re taking Support to the office…Office Hours that is.
Have you ever wondered who's really behind the Customer Success team? Do you desire to dig deeper into Brainshark beyond your how-to's and cases?
Because the Success team, like Brainshark itself, has many layers beyond what meets the eye (or ear, rather), we’re launching an initiative to introduce ourselves further. Through Offi...
October 12, 2011 10:20 AM
As a company establishes its digital presence, one of the easiest things for it to lose sight of in the midst of the digital world is, well, itself. Brands are often so busy creating and promoting their own or even others’ content that they miss the boat on the essence of what social media really is – a place to be social. One of the greatest resources to fuel your social fire should always be who you are, so for brands this should stem from company culture. Yet, company culture is ...