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5 Questions to Consider Before You Get on Twitter

AND we're back! There was quite a long lay-off of content here on the blog for a while. Apologies all around. We've been quite busy (you should be seeing quite a few updates with completed projects in this space soon), and we're re-thinking our approach to the blog a little bit. We're still squeezing the juice from our mind grapes about the format of the blog (who doesn't love a 30 Rock reference?), but essentially you'll be seeing more regular posts from us on practical subjects that we seem... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Thursday, July 14, 2011

5 Questions to Consider Before You Get on Twitter

AND we're back! There was quite a long lay-off of content here on the blog for a while. Apologies all around. We've been quite busy (you should be seeing quite a few updates with completed projects in this space soon), and we're re-thinking our approach to the blog a little bit. We're still squeezing the juice from our mind grapes about the format of the blog (who doesn't love a 30 Rock reference?), but essentially you'll be seeing more regular posts from us on practical subjects that we seem... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Thursday, July 14, 2011

New website launched: FedEx St. Jude Classic

If you follow our Twitter account ( @speakcreative ) - there's really no reason why you shouldn't - you know that we celebrated our first ever monthly "Breakfast Launcheon" last week. It's a monthly celebration here at Speak HQ in honor of all of the websites that launched that month. We have Andie Ray, the newest member of the Speak team, to thank for the wonderfully witty name. Anyway.. we tweeted the website launches that we were celebrating, and it made me realize that I'm woefully behind... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Thursday, March 31, 2011

New website launched: FedEx St. Jude Classic

If you follow our Twitter account ( @speakcreative ) - there's really no reason why you shouldn't - you know that we celebrated our first ever monthly "Breakfast Launcheon" last week. It's a monthly celebration here at Speak HQ in honor of all of the websites that launched that month. We have Andie Ray, the newest member of the Speak team, to thank for the wonderfully witty name. Anyway.. we tweeted the website launches that we were celebrating, and it made me realize that I'm woefully behind... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Thursday, March 31, 2011

Social Media Case Study: Nike's #RedAllOver Campaign

I'm a bit of a Twitter-holic. The micro-blogging platform appeals to me in a very personal way. Content delivery is quick, and the folks I follow are a good mix of experts in the different arenas I'm interested in. One of those topics? Fütbol (I try to use the umlaut wherever possible). I know - this isn't really a place for you to come and get your sports updates, but I think Nike executed a textbook social media campaign that is worth highlighting. Just a warning, I'll get into quite a... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Social Media Case Study: Nike's #RedAllOver Campaign

I'm a bit of a Twitter-holic. The micro-blogging platform appeals to me in a very personal way. Content delivery is quick, and the folks I follow are a good mix of experts in the different arenas I'm interested in. One of those topics? Fütbol (I try to use the umlaut wherever possible). I know - this isn't really a place for you to come and get your sports updates, but I think Nike executed a textbook social media campaign that is worth highlighting. Just a warning, I'll get into quite a... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Media Archives case study: CUMC Memphis

So this post is coming a little later than intended. What can I say? A couple of weeks ago we told you all about Christ United Methodist Church's newly redesigned website. Today, we'll take a look at a new feature of SiteWrench, our content management system: Media Archives. First of all, we've had a Media Archives system in SiteWrench for several years now, but with even more emphasis being given to media on websites, we completely redeveloped the Media Archives system to accommodate a more... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Media Archives case study: CUMC Memphis

So this post is coming a little later than intended. What can I say? A couple of weeks ago we told you all about Christ United Methodist Church's newly redesigned website. Today, we'll take a look at a new feature of SiteWrench, our content management system: Media Archives. First of all, we've had a Media Archives system in SiteWrench for several years now, but with even more emphasis being given to media on websites, we completely redeveloped the Media Archives system to accommodate a more... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Tuesday, March 15, 2011

New website launched: CUMC Memphis

Over the weekend, Christ United Methodist Church launched their newly redesigned website. CUMC has been a client for several years now, and with their latest redesign, we have created a clean, dynamic presence that allows website visitors to quickly get to what they are looking for. The main navigation presents an organized, intuitive structure for moving through the website, while the different feature areas on the home page allow visitors to jump directly into highly trafficked areas of the... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Monday, February 21, 2011

New website launched: CUMC Memphis

Over the weekend, Christ United Methodist Church launched their newly redesigned website. CUMC has been a client for several years now, and with their latest redesign, we have created a clean, dynamic presence that allows website visitors to quickly get to what they are looking for. The main navigation presents an organized, intuitive structure for moving through the website, while the different feature areas on the home page allow visitors to jump directly into highly trafficked areas of the... Read More
Posted by Matt Roberts at Monday, February 21, 2011