Sundog, Inc. – a marketing and technology company in Fargo – hires Zach Johnson, Amber Vogel, Matthew McGarry, Joe McNett and Matthew Lennington.
Sundog, Inc. – a marketing and technology company in Fargo – hires John Tousignant and Paul Bourdeaux.
Sundog, Inc. – a Fargo-based marketing and technology company – has been named the 2013 Best Place to Work in North Dakota by North Dakota Young Professionals (NDYP). This honor makes Sundog a two-time winner of the award, adding to their award from 2010 and making them the only company to win more than once.
During the Olympics, an average of 21.4 million people tuned in per night. While down from recent games, that is still a lot of viewers. Numbers also spiked during popular events, such as hockey games and figure skating.
February 28, 2014: Rob Burke posted a blog entry titled Finding Creative Inspiration - 5 sites to inspire you.
We all hit that slump in our creativity from time to time. When you feel you have nothing new to try and wonder if you are still good at what you do. Well for those times the best remedy is to look back at some of your best work and to look closely at what some of the best are creating now.
February 28, 2014: Lynlee Espeseth posted a blog entry titled Why Did Olympic Advertising Leave Dads In The Dust?.
The way media portrays dads has long been a point of concern. Making dads out to be bumbling, stumbling fools who can’t figure out how to get their kids dressed, much less instill values in them, is an out-of-date stereotype that doesn’t fit with modern parenthood anymore. If there is one redeeming quality in the portrayal of fathers, it involves sports. Dads play catch in the front yard, cheer the loudest at soccer games, and coach little league.
If you’re a content creator within your organization, you may struggle to look beyond the day-to-day, week-to-week tactics and priorities. A rallying cry can help you think a little bigger, bring more strategic thinking to your work, and sharpen your efforts.
This guy knows how to impress when it comes to his fellow Sundoggers. You may know him as the fella who brought in dozens of donuts on his first day, but he’s also an avid sports lover and one heck of a dad. (Not to mention, he’s an overachiever when it comes to answering questions for this edition of the Sundog Spotlight.) Meet Matthew McGarry.
Salesforce and LinkedIn already have some built-in integrations, but maybe you are looking to do something more advanced. This blog post will give you the building blocks to get started with you integration project.
February 24, 2014: Alyssa Greve posted a blog entry titled How Airbnb took advantage of social during the olympics.
As journalists, media and athletes arrived at the Olympics this past February, some were greeted with less than what they expected upon arriving at their hotels. Tweets and photos started to pour in online.
February 24, 2014: Alyssa Greve posted a blog entry titled Why I believe Facebook will still be around in five years.
Has the social network reached its peak? Will Facebook be around in five years? This is a burning question in the social world and I’ve read many articles on both sides of the conversation.
We may have taken a week off, but the introductions don’t stop there, folks. Another ‘Dogger has been added to the team, and this week it’s my pleasure to introduce you to our super sweet, cheeseburger-loving runner: Amber Vogel.
February 18, 2014: Terry Luschen posted a blog entry titled Calling One Salesforce Batch Job From Another Batch Job.
Eat an elephant one bite at a time? Small, small catch monkey? Sometimes it is best to break up complex logic into simpler parts.
I am as guilty of this as the next. You build your career around what you are good at. You have paid dearly to be taught. You have worked hard to make a profit off of your talent; to finally start earning something back for all of your hard work. The last thing we want to do is to give away what we’ve worked so hard at achieving.
February 12, 2014: Alyssa Greve posted a blog entry titled Tips and tricks to finding relevant conversations in Radian6.
The first step in Radian6 is to setup the keyword configuration as detailed as possible into multiple Topic Profiles. This allows for multiple comparisons of categories when analyzing Keyword Groups. If you only have one Topic Profile and hundreds of keywords in a few Keyword Groups, it can be difficult to analyze multiple conversations. Make sure to categorize each Keyword Group as a Brand, Competitor or Industry. This helps break items down into the three main groups when conducting research.
I recently read two articles from different industries about sharing information, tips and secrets online. This made me think about how content sharing is becoming a big part of the social world and is key to capturing your audience. For instance, why would Lowe’s want to share tips on how to make a milk jug into a watering can when they SELL watering cans? Or, why would a talented photographer want to write about the tricks she uses during photo sessions in a blog? It’s because they understand providing great content can build relationships in the right space.