Cablefax Expands Recognition for Their Diversity List; Deadline: July 10
With inclusion and fairness at the top of everyone’s minds these days, Access Intelligence’s Cablefax is expanding the recognition for Diversity & Inclusion excellence by adding 12 individual and organization award recognitions, including Mentor of the Year and The Trailblazers.
QCSS Wins With a New Blog
In a new blogpost titledHow to Turn Your Customers Into Raving Fans, QCSS offers four keys:
‘We Have Been Able to Grow Our Newsletter Audience by 8.6%’; Introducing MDM’s VP of Audience Development Kati Tucker
Connectiv member Omeda is doing an excellent series calledOmeda Asks. In June, the Q&A spotlighted Kati Tucker, vice president of audience development at SIPA member Modern Distribution Management (Gale Media).
Here’s an excerpt:
“Since I started at MDM in January, I put a lot of energy into growing our newsletter because I saw a lot of potential. There was a large gap between the number of people in our database and the amount of people receiving our newsletter. I wanted to create new email promotions and gate more of our site to increase our overall audience and those subscribing to our newsletter.
Industry Dive Honored As ‘Red Hot Company’; Upcoming SIPA Chapter Meetups Open to All
DCA Live named Industry Dive to its “Red Hot Companies” list, which recognizes the region’s fastest-growing and most exciting companies.Industry Dive first made the list in 2018.
Earlier this year, DCA Live also named Industry Dive’s VP of marketingRobin Reto the “2020 Star CMOs” list. Their event was supposed to take place at DC’s Audi Field soccer stadium in March. I happily recall meeting Robin at a SIPA Washington DC Chapter Meetup a couple years ago.
Speaking of which, SIPA has a virtual DC Chapter Happy Hour Thursday, July 21 – register here.
Ace Infoway has an excellent blog. This article titled,10 Google Chrome Extensions for Front-end Developer, caught my attention.
CSS Viewer, Responsive Web Design Tester, WhatFont and Code Cola are just a few highlighted here.
Pivoting to virtual events is a theme of these last few months for everyone. But it’s interesting to see the strategy different organizations employ.
“Rest assured we will continue to deliver a quality program; retaining all of the originally scheduled sessions along with live roundtable participation while also adding valuable additional learning opportunities for attendees,” says executive editorKim Schmidt.
This is kind of a part two from a previous article this week about VentureBeat’s virtual pivot. That was more about sponsorships and networking during the event. While Moore took us through what led up to their pivot, the registration options and the content and feel of the event.
Here are some takeaways:
So what does hybrid look like? Moore said he could definitely see hybrid in-person/virtual events in their future. “We would stagger the content based on time zones. We would lean in more to the experience, offer on-demand content earlier in the day if people want that.” The mid-day content would be the topics “that we think will have most appeal so it translates over both mediums. We would imagine more ways for our content to lend itself to the virtual environment.”