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It’s taken me nearly a month to carve out the time to post this blog post, but the video went live the same
day. In the future, I’m going to put in the extra effort to draft and publish this announcement
much sooner. It seems that the warmer weather makes us all busier, and I’m apparently not immune
to this. Please enjoy our May 2018 meeting video!
We deal with companies of all sizes, but we have to work with small businesses slightly differently.
Why? You can probably guess why… Budget. Even if a small business does have a budget for
certain things, it’s often difficult for small business owners to justify certain expenses. One
of these things includes branding – especially logos and artwork for your social media channels.
If you’ve never done your own e-mail marketing campaign, the very idea of it can be quite overwhelming – intimidating
at the least. Your head will be full of questions and you’ll like not know where to start. But that’s
just it. You must start. As our friends at Nike would say, “Just do it!” So let’s get started!
I know what you’re thinking, “What do you mean, version 3.2 is out? I haven’t heard about version 3.1!” No worries…
Version 3.1 did come out and it was released, but none of the marketing materials went out to announce it.
I’m taking the initiative to announce both releases at this time. They are exciting releases too – with 3.1
offering support for variants in promotions and 3.2 supporting UPS Freight.
There has been a lot of talk in recent weeks about TLS compliance requirements. There’s good reason for this, because
notable vendors that are known for being on the forefront of security such as Authorize.net, PayPal, and UPS began
notifying their partners and vendors about two years ago. Everyone else began receiving similar notifications
about a year ago. What does this all mean though?