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Intern Manifesto: What Marty's Internship Was Like

By Marty Schneck, July 31, 2014

Grab a diet coke, a frozen pack of Reese’s cups, get turnt on either the Nicki Minaj or 90s Throwback Spotify station, and get to werk on my articles. (Yes I said werk. I am ashamed of myself.)

Coding for Bloggers and Other Non-Coders: Part 3

By Gary Rotsch, July 30, 2014

Welcome to the conclusion of the epic trilogy of our age: Coding for Bloggers and Other Non-Coders. In the past two entries, we discussed the basics of HTML that your CMS uses to make those beautiful posts that we all know and love. Then we went over how to use HTML to format your text.

Keep Calm and Use AdWords Scripts

By Marty Schneck, July 28, 2014

I told myself I’d never use that meme. I have disgraced myself and my family.

What Makes People Click and Convert [Infographic]

By Marty Schneck, July 25, 2014

Ever notice those giant subscribe buttons? Those, among many other buttons, are a call-to-action. Also known as CTA's, these buttons lead each person to make a decision. That decision could be to subscribe to a newsletter, purchase something, download something, watch something -- anything, really.

4 Ways Google Webmaster Tools Helps Your Content Marketing

By Ryan Kettler, July 23, 2014

As a small business owner, marketer, or solopreneur, you wear a lot of hats, and you wouldn’t have it any other way. You love multi-tasking, juggling responsibilities, and understanding every aspect of your business, but there’s one title that many of you shy away from: webmaster.

Coding for Bloggers and Other Non-Coders: Part 2

By Gary Rotsch, July 21, 2014

Welcome to part two of our coding series (Get caught up by reading part one here)! This section is all about how to format your webpage to make it easy to read. Formatting your webpage is something that your CMS most likely does mostly for you through a “what you see is what you get” editor, but this will show you exactly what your CMS is doing behind-the-scenes.

Important Lessons From Comcast's Customer Service Disaster

By Marty Schneck, July 18, 2014

It’s viral. Comcast messed up. They have a classic customer service crisis on their hands.

Work Is Heating Up For Our Summer Interns

By Samantha Selby, July 17, 2014

Remember those bright, smiling faces from a few weeks ago? Well, we’re still here! That’s right; it’s time for the intern mid-summer reflections. What have we been up to all summer, you ask? Well, sit back and relax, because I’m going to tell you.

Cookies: More Than Your Favorite Treat

By Marty Schneck, July 16, 2014

I’m told I make the best cookies. But this article isn’t about baked goods, unfortunately.

6 Steps to a Comprehensive Brand Strategy

By Savannah Marie, July 14, 2014

Despite what a lot of newbie entrepreneurs, businesses, and even some mediocre corporations seem to believe, your brand is not determined by a logo, no matter how stunning it is (click to tweet). Your brand is what people perceive, think, or feel when they consume your content or buy your products.

eZanga Goes Under the Hammer For a Full Office Makeover!

By Megan Ingenbrandt, July 10, 2014

If you’ve visited our office in the past six months, you’ve probably noticed a nifty little sign in our lobby begging you to “excuse our mess” because we were renovating! Well, we’re excited to announce that renovations to eZanga’s office are complete, and construction is officially through (at least, for now!).

How to Sell Without Selling [Infographic]

By Marty Schneck, July 09, 2014

Ready to put your business on autopilot?

5 Tools for Better Audience Insights

By Brittany Berger, July 07, 2014

If there's one thing every single marketer needs, it's good insights into their audience and customers. (Tweet this)

Hershey’s Gets a Few Extra Nuts Thrown In

By Samantha Selby, July 03, 2014

Are You Branding or Being Branded?

By Colleen Eakins, July 02, 2014

“A personal (brand) is more than just a creative name, cute logo, or a complimentary card; it's a promise of value, it's a distinctive voice, it’ s a core message, it's passion driven by purpose, it's a positive impact that creates an impression.” – Bernard Kelvin Clive

But First, Let Me Take a Selfie!

By Megan Ingenbrandt, July 01, 2014

We never turn down a challenge at eZanga, so when the folks at iMums and 10Zig asked if we were interested in participating in their Desk Safari challenge, we leapt at the opportunity! What? You haven’t heard of Desk Safari? WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN?! It’s a new selfie craze, and the eZanga team wanted to hop on the bandwagon (pun intended)!