March 04, 2014 | Lon Keller: Stop Using Digital - Use Film!
I recently found myself looking back at some old TV advertising. Here’s a (now) humorous spot promoting Vivitar film cameras. Perfect for people afraid of all those computers and wires and stuff!
February 28, 2014 | Rob Burke: 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: 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bumbling, stumbling fools who can’t figure out how to get their kids dressed, much less instill values in them, is an out-of-date stereotype that doesn’t fit with modern parenthood anymore.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.
February 28, 2014 | Shawn Tennyson: Award-Winning Digital Signage
It’s awards season, so why not celebrate some truly creative digital signage executions from 2013?
February 27, 2014 | Dean Froslie: What’s Your Content Rallying Cry?
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.
February 26, 2014 | Dani Krolak: SUNDOG SPOTLIGHT: MATTHEW M.
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.
February 25, 2014 | Terry Luschen: Integrating Salesforce and LinkedIn
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: 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: 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.
February 19, 2014 | Dani Krolak: SUNDOG SPOTLIGHT: AMBER
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: 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.
February 13, 2014 | Rob Burke: Giving your talents to those in need
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: 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.
February 12, 2014 | Alyssa Greve: Providing Value to Your Communities
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.
February 11, 2014 | Terry Luschen: Salesforce Integrations and Mass Updates with Workflow Rules, Outbound Messages and Field Updates
When working with workflow rules, outbound messages and field updates in Salesforce there are some features to keep in mind when dealing with mass updates.
February 11, 2014 | Terry Luschen: Using Informatica to FTP/SFTP Files Using the File Processor Connector (Source)
I recently had the chance to use Informatica’s File Processor Connector (Source) to help download files from a SFTP site. This blog post shares the steps we took to use it.
February 06, 2014 | Dani Krolak: SUNDOG SPOTLIGHT: ZACH
In this edition of the Sundog Spotlight we look behind the screens at another new Sundogger, who has already participated in marketing strategy meetings at each of our locations in his few short weeks on board. Let me introduce this Iowa native who was surprised to learn that the Red River actually flows north: Zach Johnson.
February 05, 2014 | Lynlee Espeseth: How Did Super Bowl Ads Do With Women?
The stereotypical view of football has never had much to do with women, unless they made an appearance to force their husbands to turn off the TV and go grocery shopping. Recently, however, it’s become obvious that women watch football too (which shouldn’t really be so shocking), and that not acknowledging this is a pretty big marketing fail.
February 04, 2014 | Craig Isakson: JSON Generator for Apex in Salesforce
JSON is great for passing data from here to there and there to here. For the most part there are a lot of different tools and libraries that exist for dealing with JSON for different platforms like Android/Java and iOS/Objective-C.
January 31, 2014 | Alyssa Greve: Sales and LinkedIn
In preparation for this blog, I interviewed a few people inside sales positions to see how they are currently using LinkedIn as a professional tool. Let’s take another look at how social tools can be used in a professional setting to drive connections, map relationships and find new opportunities.
January 31, 2014 | Susanna Oliver: HTML Email: 2013 In Review
The year 2013 could be summarized as “Year of the Mobile” since mobile devices surpassed desktop email opens to capture 50% of the emails opened according to Litmus. Mobile started out in January of 2013 with 42% and finished in December with 51%. While most emails were opened on iPhone or other iOS devices, Android’s popularity soared by 57% in 2013.
January 31, 2014 | Greg Ewing Lee: Create an owner AND criteria-based sharing rule
When setting up a sharing rule in Salesforce, one must decide whether their sharing rule is going to be “Owner-based” or “Criteria-based”. However, what about a scenario in which the company wishes to share records based on BOTH the owner and some other data element? Fortunately, there is a fairly easy way to accommodate this requirement with the help of custom fields and workflow rules.
January 31, 2014 | Renee Cook: Super Social Sunday
The Super Bowl is fast approaching and whether you tune in for the game itself or just for the commercials, people everywhere will be taking to social media to share their thoughts and opinions.
January 30, 2014 | Shawn Tennyson: iBeacon = Bluetooth Bliss
iBeacon is a new technology that extends Location Services in iOS. Your iPhone, iPad, iPod, etc. can alert apps when you approach or leave a location with an iBeacon.
January 30, 2014 | Dean Froslie: Expand Your Content Knowledge in 2014
Content strategy and content marketing are becoming much more prominent topics on the conference circuit. And if regional or national gatherings aren’t feasible, you’ll likely find content-related learning opportunities closer to home.
January 29, 2014 | Dani Krolak: SUNDOG SPOTLIGHT: BRIANNE
The introductions don’t stop here! After a look at a couple new faces around the office these past weeks, it’s time to put a veteran under the spotlight. Let me introduce you to a ‘dogger may not be able to whistle while she works, but she is probably the sweetest thing since ice cream: Brianne Carlsrud.
You might be thinking to yourself “Hey, that sounds cool but why would I want to do that?”. Well, there are a number of reasons.
January 29, 2014 | Craig Isakson: Android 4.4 KitKat Screen Recording
If you are like me, you have probably at one time wished that you could record your screen on Android. Other platforms have this feature, why can’t Android? The wait is over. Android can now do screen recording in Android 4.4 KitKat and above.
January 29, 2014 | Craig Isakson: New Google Drive Android API
If you are like me, you use Google Drive all the time. Not just in the context of a user either but in the context of integrating it with your Android applications. If you find yourself in this category you will be happy to see that the new Google Drive Android API is part of Google Play Services.
January 29, 2014 | Craig Isakson: Google to Add Fitness API?
There are new connected devices being announced every day. Among these devices, fitness devices are becoming very popular. These devices are being led by devices from Fitbit, Garmin, Nike, and everything in-between. With all the new devices popping up, it is no surprise to learn that Google may be working on their own fitness API for your Google account.
January 28, 2014 | Alyssa Greve: The Olympic Journey through Social Media
The winter Olympics are coming up this February in Sochi, Russia, social media accounts are live and engaging with their communities to create excitement for the big event. The Olympic Games are teaming up with NBC to work together to create an engaging online experience.
January 27, 2014 | Lynlee Espeseth: The Power Of Letting Women Share Their Healthcare Journey
In recent weeks, controversy erupted over two articles that appeared in the Guardian and New York Times about Lisa Adams, a blogger and popular figure on social media who also has breast cancer. The pieces critiqued the idea of documenting and sharing the process of having cancer. Both articles had many problems that have been thoroughly discussed elsewhere, but as people came to the defense of Ms. Adams it became increasingly apparent how social media and the ability to share have shaped the healthcare journey for many patients, particularly women.
January 24, 2014 | Terry Luschen: Using Informatica’s REST API Version 2 - Job Method
This post will be about how to use the Job method in Informatica’s REST API Version 2. This Job method allows you to start a Data Synchronization Task or Task Flow in Informatica from Salesforce.
January 24, 2014 | Terry Luschen: Using Informatica’s REST API Version 2 - Login
This post will be about how to login to use Informatica’s REST API Version 2. My next blog post will be about how to start a ‘Data Synchronization Task’ through the Version 2 API.
January 23, 2014 | Lynlee Espeseth: When Is It Okay To Hit Delete?
One of the most common struggles businesses face when they start getting serious about social media is knowing when to delete comments that appear on their pages. As you might guess, deleting anything that even hints at negativity can turn into a serious disaster, really fast. No one likes to be silenced, especially when they have a valid concern.
January 21, 2014 | Alyssa Greve: Community Manager Resolution Check-In
With February quickly approaching, it’s time to do a first round check-in on your community management goals. Here are some questions you should be asking yourself:
January 21, 2014 | Alyssa Greve: Social Advertising Basics
In 2014, Social Advertising is considered one of the top items your marketing team should consider investing in. Organic growth will bring some engagement, but paid media can really leverage your content to maximize a brand’s potential. We believe social advertising is worth investing in to boost community sizes, increase engagement and build customer lists.
January 21, 2014 | Dani Krolak: SUNDOG SPOTLIGHT: PAUL
Last week we met John for our first Sundog Spotlight of 2014. Next on this long list of downright talented Sundoggers is one of our favorite mobile gurus and recent returnee: Paul Bourdeaux.
January 20, 2014 | Lon Keller: The Power of Video and Storytelling
On various blogs and podcasts at Sundoginteractive.com, we’ve talked ad nauseam about the power of telling a good story. We’ve done so for one simple reason: Stories work. They have been one of the most fundamental communication methods for thousands of years. Telling and listening to stories is hard-wired into our DNA.
We’ve also talked about the effectiveness of using video to tell a great story. Video allows you to guide the viewer as they become emotionally involved in the story. Video can make a story more compelling, memorable and actionable.
This is one of my favorite short videos that does both. It’s message is about the power of storytelling and it uses the capabilities of video to accomplish it.
January 17, 2014 | Lynlee Espeseth: You Don’t Have To Like Social Media, But You Had Better Get Used To It
In a new book titled Cybersecurity And Cyberwar: What Everyone Needs to Know, author P.W. Singer takes a look at the concerning, all too prevalent world of cyber threats. This includes recent data breaches at Target, Twitter hacking, and information leaks in the U.S. Government. Undoubtedly, all of these issues are troubling simply because they are happening, but Singer discusses something that concerns him even more, which is the attitudes of the leaders who could enact real change regarding cybersecurity issues.
January 14, 2014 | James Deboe: DECLARATIVE VISUALFORCE – PART 2
At Sundog we always try to use standard functionality, but as all experienced SFDC Developers know that’s not always possible. This series of posts explores how SFDC developers can empower SFDC Administrators to maintain Visualforce forms declaratively.
January 14, 2014 | Terry Luschen: Change Sets - Show Many Extra Items per Page
Change Sets are great for providing a consistent audit trail, but selecting items can be slow at times. I have some wish list items plus a nice find from a fellow Sundogger.
January 14, 2014 | Terry Luschen: Looking Forward to Salesforce Spring 2014 Release
There is always something to look forward to with a Salesforce release and Spring 2014 is no different. I would like to share four features that caught my eye with you.
January 13, 2014 | Dani Krolak: SUNDOG SPOTLIGHT: JOHN
The Sundog Spotlight is back! This weekly tradition, started by none other than my name twin, Danielle Naboulsi, puts our latest brilliant additions, as well as veteran Sundoggers, into the spotlight to give you a behind-the-screens look at how they’re making big things happen at Sundog.
Let’s kick this round of The Sundog Spotlight off with our lone male Minneapolis office resident and all around suave family man: John Tousignant. (And, you better believe he’s ready to set the record straight on how to say Tousignant!)
January 02, 2014 | James Deboe: Declarative Visualforce
One of the most attractive facets of Salesforce standard functionality is its declarative nature. Empowering administrators to declaratively configure functional elements of pages and other processes is core to maintainability, declarative extensibility and the overall value proposition of the SFDC platform on an administrative cost basis.
December 31, 2013 | Lynlee Espeseth: Marketing To Women in 2014: Predictions
2014 is almost here, and women will remain as important to marketers as they ever were. What will resonate and be successful with women in the New Year? Here are some predictions:
December 31, 2013 | Susanna Oliver: Why Amazon’s Marketing Emails Work: A Personal Experience
Customers often have a love-hate relationship with retailer emails. It’s a tricky balance for the retailer to decide what is a proper number of emails to send to their customers; send too many and the customer might feel spammed and unsubscribe (oops!), or send too few and the customer might not get the email that will be the clincher for a purchase (bummer!).
December 31, 2013 | Craig Isakson: Tips for a Successful Mobile App
It seems like these days every company wants a mobile app. There is no getting around it. Apps are everywhere. It seems like everyone has one but there are a couple of things you should think about before diving head first into building an app for your company. This is by no means an all inclusive list but just a couple of the more important things you should think about.
December 31, 2013 | Rob Burke: Content for your business - how we can prepare for the coming year
Content comes in many forms and shapes. From blog posts and white papers, to videos and vines content and strategy should be your company’s growth point for 2014
December 30, 2013 | Shawn Tennyson: Creating Compelling Content for Digital Screen Media
Each of the three areas of digital screen media have unique characteristics and consumer engagement factors, so the content will need to vary accordingly. With that in mind, your brand messaging will be consistent and effective wherever it is viewed.
December 30, 2013 | Lynlee Espeseth: Women Trust Women- The Case For The Female Spokesperson
One of the hallmarks of selling to women is the understanding that women like to share with each other. When they have a great (or awful) experience, they talk about it. They talk about it online and in person, and the women they talk to trust what they are saying. When it comes to the business of buying stuff, women trust other women.
December 30, 2013 | Craig Isakson: Mobile Web Development with Chrome Dev Tools
Being as that mobile web traffic is on the rise, it is ever more important to have the tools you need to develop for these specific platforms. That is why it is so good to see companies come out with new features that make mobile web development easier.
December 30, 2013 | Craig Isakson: System.LimitException: Apex heap size too large
If you are like me you have probably seen this error before while doing some heavy lifting in Apex. If you are wondering how you got this error and how to remedy it, fear not, I will be outlining a number of simple changes that can help aid in fixing this error.
December 23, 2013 | Alyssa Greve: #MyKindofHoliday
With the overall social integration, inspirational focus and sharable content, this tops my list of my favorite holiday campaigns. . Target launched the campaign with a series of videos over the holiday season with 25 holiday videos on their YouTube channel playlist. Their top video included 95,000 views, 2nd video bringing in 85,000 views and their third video bringing over 25,000 views.
December 23, 2013 | Alyssa Greve: Holiday Campaigns 2013
This is my favorite blog post to write each year sharing my favorite holiday campaigns in social media. This year, I am seeing social integrated more than ever and companies using their most sharable videos as commercials, featured on their website homepage and more. The most sharable items this year are videos among social users and live in multiple places. Here are my favorite Christmas campaigns for 2013:
December 22, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Connecting to Google API using OAuth2 - Part 5 - Create a Google Calendar Event
In the first three parts of this series I have looked into how to connect to the Google API to retrieve the access token. Now that we have the access token we will be able to do the actual work that we want to do. Yeah! In the Part 4 post I showed how to update a value in a Google spreadsheet. In this blog post, Part 5, I will look into creating a Google Calendar Event.
December 22, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Connecting to Google API using OAuth2 - Part 4 - Updating a Google Spreadsheet
In the first three parts of this series I have looked into how to connect to the Google API to retrieve the access token. Now that we have the access token we will be able to do the actual work that we want to do. Yeah! In this blog post, Part 4, I will look into updating a cell value in a Google spreadsheet.
December 19, 2013 | Dean Froslie: Google Offers Duplicate Content Guidance
Matt Cutts of Google has provided some clarity – and some relief – about duplicate content on the web.
December 17, 2013 | Alyssa Greve: Common Gaps in Social Media
Although social media has claimed its spot in many companies, I continue to see companies fail to execute social channels to their fullest potential. There can be multiple reasons these gaps occur. Some can be from lack of resources, social may have fallen off the priority sheet, lack of training, skill or strategic knowledge.
December 15, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Connecting to Google API using OAuth2 - Part 3 - Retrieving the Access Token
In the first two blog posts we looked at setting up the Google Registered App and receiving the authorization code. Now it is time to trade the authorization code for the access token.
December 08, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Connecting to Google API using OAuth2 - Part 2 - Logging into Google
Now that the registered app is setup from our first blog post we can how login to Google to retrieve an authorization code.
December 04, 2013 | Lynlee Espeseth: Women And Black Friday: Not Always A Perfect Combination
As much as decorating trees and leftover turkey, Black Friday shopping has become a post-Thanksgiving tradition. But has the lure of all those big deals worn off, to the point where stores are making enemies by participating? And are those most vocally against Black Friday also the biggest spenders: women?
November 30, 2013 | Rob Burke: Bluetooth 4.0 is quickly becoming your new master key
Keys have been largely unchanged in the past centuries until the last decade with key fobs, NFC chips, and now Bluetooth 4.0 changing the way we unlock our possessions.
November 29, 2013 | Craig Isakson: #DF13 and the IoT (Internet of Things)
From the keynote to breakout sessions to a corner of Moscone West devoted to a connected devices lab, Dreamforce 2013’s obvious theme seemed to be connected devices and the Internet of Things.
November 29, 2013 | Craig Isakson: Integrate Salesforce with Google Glass Using the Mirror API
November 29, 2013 | Susanna Oliver: Ink: Framework for Responsive Email Design
With responsive design for email coming to the forefront, it’s inevitable that frameworks follow. One such framework that recently came to my attention is Ink, created by Zurb, the same folks that built Foundation.
November 29, 2013 | Alyssa Greve: Pinterest vs. Keep
This past month, I stumbled across a website called Keep. Keep is the place to go to discover and buy the latest trends in fashion, decor, accessories, and design. The look and feel is similar to Pinterest, so let’s take a deeper dive to compare the two sites. Below are some of my comparisons about each site:
Let’s first take a look at the design as you enter the homepage of each site. The designs are very similar with the top navigation bar and square-like photos to see the content. From prices notifications, secret boards and style boards, each site has their own features. See the screenshots below for a side-by-side comparison.
November 28, 2013 | Shawn Tennyson: Ziosk Revolutionizes the Dining Experience
Tablet technology is changing the dining experience with interactive promotions and pay-at-the-table service.
November 27, 2013 | Craig Isakson: Create a Hybrid Mobile App With the Salesforce Mobile SDK
Dreamforce is over but you don’t have to stop learning!! Salesforce has posted all of the sessions from Dreamforce. If you are interested in learning about how to create a hybrid mobile app on the Salesforce platform check out my session below.
November 27, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Connecting to Google API using OAuth2 - Part 1 - Setting up the Registered App
This will be first in a series of blog posts dealing with how to connect to some of the Google APIs from Salesforce. The first step is to create a Google App within a Google Project. Read on to find out how.
November 27, 2013 | Lynlee Espeseth: Make Your Holiday Marketing A Little More Delightful
Once Halloween hits, it’s pretty safe to assume that until Valentines Day (or maybe even Easter) there is an unending supply of holidays, holiday marketing, and food.
November 26, 2013 | Dean Froslie: Managing Your Content and Your People
Earlier this month, I led a breakout session at the Marketing Mixer, a new event sponsored by our local chamber of commerce. It was striking to hear the common content conundrums across my three sessions.
November 24, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Defaulting Campaign Member Status Values
Trying to default Campaign Member status values in Salesforce can be difficult because they must be setup new with each and every Campaign. Read on for two ways to help default these values without having to do it manually.
November 24, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Football and Scrum - They Follow the Same Principles
The Scrum process and the process a football team follows to get ready for a game share a lot of similarities. This football example shows why Scrum can apply to many processes in life.
November 24, 2013 | Terry Luschen: Disabling Triggers in Production Dynamically
There are times when triggers need to be disabled because of certain types of data loads. With a little planning up front this can be very easy.
November 22, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: DF13: The Event in Review
Another year, another Dreamforce. Get the rundown on the entire DF13 experience in six quick points.
November 21, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: DF13: Leaning In with Sheryl Sandburg
On her last day of Dreamforce, see why Heidi Haaven, our Communications Director, picked Sheryl Sandburg’s keynote as her favorite session of the week.
November 20, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: DF13: Developing a Cross-Channel Strategy
Damie Berkey rounds out the Wednesday with another Dreamforce session recap.
November 20, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: DF13: Salesforce Chatter through Winter ‘14 & Beyond
CTO Johnathon Rademacher shares his thoughts on this year’s event and his favorite session: The Chatter Roadmap
November 20, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: DF13: Analytics Unleashed with the New Analytics API
Get the scoop on the new Analytics API from our Director of Business Analysis, Greg Ewing-Lee
November 20, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: DF13: Compete & Win in a Customer-Empowered World
Damie Berkey, Sundog’s Partner Alliance Manager, outlines the lessons from one of her favorite Dreamforce sessions: Compete & Win in a Customer-Empowered World
November 20, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: DF13: Gaining Insight from Social Media Data
Learn about the session our COO Eric Dukart thought was spot on during his time at Dreamforce week.
November 19, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: DF13: 3 Tips Marketers use to Leverage Salesforce.com
Discover the three marketing tips outlined in Lorie Andres’ favorite Dreamforce session of the day!
November 19, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: DF13: The Keynote Recap!
Benioff’s Keynote is the pinnacle of Dreamforce week, so it’s no wonder it was our Communications Director’s favorite session of the day. Hear what Heidi Haaven had to say about it, and what she’s looking forward to.
November 19, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: DF13: You Can’t Ignore Social!
Learn about one of Jodi Heilman’s favorite Dreamforce sessions: B2B Social Marketing—You Can’t Ignore It Any Longer!, and discover the three steps your company can start taking to find new customers and grow your revenues.
November 19, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: Show Us Your #DFViews!
Another year, another mission. Tweet #DFViews during #df13, and you could win one of Sundog’s Dreamforce kits.
November 15, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: A #df13 Session to Help Devs Build Better Hybrid Apps
Find out how you can amp up your apps with sophisticated functionality at Craig Isakson’s Dreamforce session.
November 14, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: See Sundog’s EVP of Marketing at #df13
Want to learn more about social media and the marketing cloud? Sign up for Andrew Richburg’s Dreamforce session!
November 13, 2013 | Danielle Naboulsi: Don’t Miss Sundog at Dreamforce
Still looking to sign up for sessions next week? Check out “Get Started with Marketing Cloud Digital Services Alliance” with Sundog’s EVP of Creative, Jodi Heilman.
October 31, 2013 | Shawn Tennyson: Innovative Location-specific Outdoor Advertising
Benadryl recently launched a location-specific outdoor advertising campaign in England to promote their Social Pollen Count App.
October 31, 2013 | Alyssa Greve: Halloween Trends
This Halloween, I wanted to see what and where people were talking about the holiday. Here is a quick glimpse of what has been happening online.
October 31, 2013 | Craig Isakson: DF13—Ready to Present
I have been working diligently in my spare time preparing my presentation for Dreamforce 2013. I have to say that I think it is coming together very well. My session is titled “Create a Hybrid Mobile App with the Salesforce Mobile SDK”. As it says in the title, I will be going over how to create a Hybrid Mobile App!
October 31, 2013 | Craig Isakson: Android 4.4 Kit Kat Announced
It is no secret that Google has been working on the new version of Android, Android 4.4 or Kit Kat. However, in the last couple of days leading up to today’s announcement as well as the announcement itself, we have learned there are a few surprise features that are being added to this version.
October 31, 2013 | Susanna Oliver: The Difference Between Fluid, Scalable, Skinny, and Responsive Email Design
Responsive email design is a loose term for any deliberate changes that take place between desktop and mobile displays. It encompasses fluid design, scalable design, and “real” responsive design changes.