The Digett Blog

May 21, 2014 by Gabrielle Kinderknecht
Lessons learned in internship

Now a graduate from University of the Incarnate Word, I have obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design with minors in Business Marketing and Art History. I didn’t think I would be bummed to get my degree but now that it’s summer my internship at Digett is coming to an end. I’m bummed to leave such an amazing company and employees who make Digett stand out. I’m trying to be...

May 20, 2014 by Jennifer Edwards
Spring Internship at Digett

As my Spring internship at Digett comes to an end, I have been thinking about my time here and what it has meant to me. These past few months at Digett have been amazing, allowing me to grow as an individual and expand my professional experience. Digett’s work culture has influenced me to get the most out of my internship, pushing me to keep improving every day.

May 19, 2014 by Valarie Geckler
How to make recurring meetings more productive

What is the secret sauce that makes a good meeting? Generally speaking, I try to make sure every meeting I lead has these three components:

May 14, 2014 by Amy Peveto
Are you following email opt-in rules?

If you’re like many of our clients, you’ve got a list of people to whom you are sending content (routinely or not). You may have been emailing this list for years, adding email addresses of prospects, customers, and referral sources. It’s great that you’re making use of one of the most effective marketing tactics, but it’s important you’re doing so according to the law.

May 13, 2014 by Mark Figart
What does the Tao Te Ching teach us about creativity?

If, as Joel Gascoigne writes from Javea, Spain in a recent post, “The key to startup productivity is managing energy, not time,” then a similar concept applies in marketing.

The idea that “in content marketing it’s not quantity...

May 7, 2014 by Wes Mills
Consumer privacy from a marketer's perspective

Privacy, especially on the Internet, is something that’s prevalent in the minds of just about everyone. And when the finger isn’t being pointed towards certain government organizations, people are quick to get out their pitchforks and head for marketers and the organizations that “sell your data.”

May 6, 2014 by JD Collier
Turning down the information overload

The time of internet firsts is over. I don't remember the first email, the first web page, the first email newsletter, the first tweet, the first Facebook post, the first, the first ... and the list goes on and on. I just don't remember any of them.

April 29, 2014 by Amy Peveto
7 reasons to rent our executive office

Looking for a quiet, professional office space in San Antonio? Whether you need a home base for your startup or a place to meet with clients, Digett has got you covered. We have one final executive office for lease at our new offices — and seven reasons you should rent it now.

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