As you know, we here at All Things E love infographics. They are a fantastic way to deliver digestible facts and statistics to your audience. Taking it up a notch, Thought Café, a not-for-profit motion graphic studio, creates motion graphic shorts called “Thought Bubbles” to explain and deliver messages for organizations. The thought bubbles can then be shared through social media networks. The bubbles are short, direct and bring life to infographics images.
John Green’s Thought Bubble: Health Care Overhaul (Summarized Via Massive Pig) from Thought Café on Vimeo.
How can you use the “Thought Bubble” concept to
Everything we do at All Things E is made with love in Baltimore. We love this town for the creativity, the O’s, and especially for all of the amazing people who call it home.
What I love about Baltimore is the weird. For example, one day while walking to work I saw a man with a bow tie and a huge smile riding a Segway to work. The moment I posted about it on Facebook, others commented with other sighting of this guy, even a news story of his exploits. Now you may see that in
The Baltimore-based crew of All Things E is out celebrating Orioles Opening Day today. In recognition of the day we’re introducing the latest Os fan:
Get your own Grump-O for your profile picture here:
Happy Opening Day! Let’s go Orioles!
Today we have a very special Tips of the Trade! In the past we’ve interviewed leaders in the field including Geoff Livingston, Glennettte Clark, and Nicolette Pizzitola but today we have the pleasure to ask a few questions of the Queen of Social Media, Grumpy Cat!
Grumpy Cat, real name Tardar Sauce, has become an internet sensation. Her owners have quit their jobs to manage her stardom and all the merchandising that comes from it. This angry cat has stolen the internet’s heart and we’re happy she’s taken the time to give her insights to All Things
Yesterday we wrote that a red specter was haunting Facebook. There is a frenzy of red in support of equal marriage and we know you want to be on board too. From the Oatmeal’s bacon for equality to Grumpy Cat’s show of support there is a profile picture for everyone. Just take a look at our collection below of red equal signs to suit anyone’s style:
For people with a statement to make.
For folks who are crunching on fried butter balls right now
For Sponge Bob fans who don’t need imagination to see a more
Now that you know how important it is to test your subject lines and track your email outreach, here are some email platforms that can help you reach the most people in the most effective manner.
All of the following email platforms can:
Schedule emails in advance (this will make sure your emails are sent at the optimal time you chose for your subscribers) Provides easy to use templates Anti-spam checkers Send emails!
What sets these platforms apart is their price, some features and most importantly the resources that they want to share with their field. Check them out
Email. (Photo credit: kristiewells)
So you need more people to open, read, and act on your e-newsletter. Maybe you’re looking to raise awareness about your cause, get people to sign a petition, or – more likely – raise money for your organization.
Focusing on the aspect that people see first (and often see last), the subject line, could just be the cure to your e-news blues.
Instead of closing your eyes and typing, hoping and praying the first subject-line that pops into your head will do well, learn from the experts, those fabled people who can magically convert