Accessibility

Search

July 19th, 2022

Marketing & Communications

Navigating New Instagram Feeds for Brands

The internet’s been asking for years, and Instagram is finally delivered: the chronological feed is back—but with a few catches and new features. The returning chronological feed is one of…

July 15th, 2022

Andreas Salvermoser

Andreas is a WordPress Developer. Over the past 7 years, he has worked at various agencies and start-up environments. He has collaborated with Bevshop, Adbeere marketing, and international companies like…

May 20th, 2022

Marketing & Communications

How to Successfully Adapt Your Facebook Ads Strategy for iOS 14.5

We did it. We have officially been living in a post-iOS 14.5 world for one year. In late April 2021, iPhone users were given the option to turn off digital…

May 3rd, 2022

Mariano Labollita

“I’m the guy who will crack his head to fulfill your requirements” Mariano is a Developer, and part of our WordPress Team. He started his love for technology when his…

May 2nd, 2022

Claire Miller

“I’m the one who sends you all the emails and circles back on following up” Claire is a Project Manager with experience in web development, events, and content marketing to…

April 5th, 2022

Marketing & Communications

Do’s and Don’ts of Augmented Reality Marketing

AR Marketing marries learning about a product and using a product. Consider all of the things that’re normal now that weren’t 20 years ago: we cross streets staring at our…

March 24th, 2022

Marketing & Communications

Moving to Google Analytics 4: Five Steps to Take Today

The New Google Analytics 4 Google finally announced that it will sunset Universal Analytics (UA) on July 1, 2023—meaning your organization has a year and some change to get Google…

January 20th, 2022

Irina Dasilva

Irina in her own words: “I’m the gal who counts money and makes sure everyone is paid on time.” Irina is a professional with vast experience in accounting, business operations,…

January 18th, 2022

Marketing & Communications

Shortcut for Writing a Long CASE Formula in Data Studio

Use this Shortcut to Create Custom Fields in Google Data Studio Reporting is only useful if your stakeholders understand what they’re reading. We love using CASE formulas to create fields…

December 9th, 2021

CoVar