A few days ago the smart folks at Marketo published a hugely entertaining infographic demonstrating the overwhelming popularity of kittens and bacon online. With it, they urged businesses to find creative ways to include these topics in their own marketing.
Okay Marketo, you’re on.
Good morning and happy Friday to you! As this week draws to a close, take a few minutes to unwind with some inspiration from around the web. Featured this week is an article on branding your business with cats, a comparison of sandcastle building with business techniques, and a mini marketing course courtesy of Mark Twain.
Do you ever skim articles online and find your eyes drawn to bulleted lists? What about text that is bold or italicized? Effective formatting can be extremely powerful – especially when used strategically. It can quickly surface important details and make it easier for readers to find the information you want them to see.
At the end of June, we hosted the very first Startup Weekend ever held in Bellevue, WA. For two and a half days, innovators and entrepreneurs from all over the Pacific Northwest came together at our Smartsheet offices to pitch their ideas, form teams with other believers, and turn concept into reality.
New, improved contacts. Today marks the latest Smartsheet release. This time around, we put our focus on improved contact management in Smartsheet. After all, contacts and sharing are at the heart of online collaboration. Now it’s easier for you to find, add and manage your contacts.
Now that updated Contacts have arrived, are you ready to make your collaboration shine? Here are some ways teams are using Contacts to make collaborating in Smartsheet easy and convenient.
Hello again, Smartsheet fans! I can't believe it's already Friday. As you wrap up your week, take a few moments to check out some of the most amazing stories from this week. Whether you're looking for inspiration, some productivity boosters, or crowdsourced pics of the BEST moments in people’s lives, I've got you covered.
Whenever I drive into unfamiliar territory, I take a GPS device with me. New roads, new highways – it really helps to have some guidance when you’re someplace new. With maps, it all starts to make sense.
I like Excel. I use it daily. In companies and homes all over the world, people use Excel for everything – from a makeshift calculator to tracking massive projects. Given the software's omnipresence, it’s no wonder so many people try to repurpose it for tasks that Excel was never meant to do.
Greetings, fellow Smartsheeters! We’re in the middle of a heat wave in the Pacific Northwest, so it’s finally starting to feel like summer – and just in time for Independence Day. Due to a short work week here at our offices, News You Can Use has been bumped up to Wednesday to accommodate for the barbecuing, fireworks, and general festivities later this week.