10 digital marketing tools I’m using right now (I’m not going to include Adobe Creative Cloud for the computer in this list because it’s pretty much a given that any graphic designer keeps this in their tool belt.)
Mailchimp (for enewsletters)
Pic Frame (collaging images or images & video)
Spark Post (Motion text on pic – not video they have a way to go on video)
Snapseed (quick pic editing)
Splice (photos or videos into slideshows)
Slow Fast (speed up or slow down video or portions of a video)
Gif Toaster & Gif Cracker (converting to and from gif format)
Fastory (for IG Stories)
Wrike (for project management)
and Sprout Social (for social media scheduling that does IG properly)
Bonus: Things I’m about to try out:
Botletter (send newsletters via FB)
Anchor (text animation / podcasting … I tried this back when it was just an audio recorder and haven’t come back to it recently)
I am writing to inform you all of my decision to resign from my position as President of the Southland Association effective immediately.
I have proudly served on the board since 2005 and served as President since 2011. During that time, I have maintained my business and overseen, with the Board’s help, the development of bike lanes (with some sidewalks), “Welcome to Southland” sign, Southland Street Fair’s first 3 years, the annual meeting planning, 10 years of Tree Lightings, neighborhood relations for various construction projects and so much more.
I’m glad to have served this community with all of you. I am proud of our collective achievements and the significant progress and initiative made toward improving the Southland area.
Melissa Gayheart is interim VP and becomes interim president until someone else is elected. I have hopes that the board will come together with a plan to elect someone quickly but thoughtfully who is willing, eager and able to continue to carry out the mission statement of the Southland Association:
“Making the Southland Area a safe, attractive and welcoming place to shop, eat, do business and live.”
I will assist in transitioning the board with any existing paperwork and account information needed. A more detailed email will be going to the current board members as well.
EDIT: Apparently it’s been so long even I got the dates slightly wrong on something with the Southland Association. I went back over my notes and I joined as a member in 2005 and became a board member in 2006 and president 2011 it looks like … oops…
I’m going to be the person who likes the new editor in WordPress when they take it live in WP 5.0. Right now it’s available to demo but it’s a bit buggy and the reviews are people hate it and say it’s a UX fail.
I don’t think it’s a UX fail – it just takes a bit of tinkering to learn something new.
I AM worried about client choosing really REALLY bad color combos for their text and I want a way to lock that down but I do think with some tutorials this will actually be easier for clients to use.
So next I’ll be trying it on a base install to see if it was a plugin conflict or something server based. Actually it says to not use it on a live site yet but I’ve got a site that’s a play site that I use for this type of thing (I want to see where things break on a real server with real plugins and real content.)
It’s not ready for prime time because of some things it still breaks (settings overlapping for example) but I look forward to using it once it’s ready.
Save Draft & Publish work on a site without a lot of plugins.
Found a few more issues:
Editable permalink is something that seems to be on the list of things they are aware of.
It seems that Gutenberg won’t update once the post is saved. Going to test that now. Or there’s a problem with taking it to a private post and back to public. Need to search a bit more on Git because I’m not seeing this one.
Versioning… where is that going to live? I like having the ability to roll back posts to a previous version in case someone really mucks something upand I’m not seeing that in the current version of Gutenberg.