Sadie Cornelius

Sadie has acted as the email marketing coordinator and web designer for one of the world's largest travel companies and managed social media for dozens of major brands. She has a breadth and depth of web and marketing knowledge that reaches far and wide. She loves all things Mac and keeping up with all the latest web trends.

Email best practice tip

Email these day is one of the more impersonal/mass forms of communications despite it being one of the first one-on-one ways to communicate electronically. Your inbox has become more of a mailbox full of junk so it’s hard to sift through the pile to rise to the top. Think of your inbox in a more …

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WordPress Tips

WordPress tip: Like to spell check as you go along in writing? Hate those nasty red squiggly lines? If you change your editing to “text” mode instead of “visual” you can quickly right click on the mis-spelled words as you go along, and compose your articles distraction-and style-formatting free! Also good to eliminate those extra …

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Interview With Grant Farhall, GM at iStock

Grant Farhall, GM at iStock

We got the chance to interview their General Manager, Grant Farhall who peeled back the curtain a little for an inside look into the company. He also shares more about his background and role at iStock. Read on to learn what sets iStock apart from its competitors and some pro tips on how to search more efficiently for stock photos so you can find what you’re looking for faster…

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Interview with Taylor Mingos of Fetch (Expense Management Tool)

Taylor Mingos of Fetch

We interviewed Taylor back in 2014 as one of our first in our People Who Rock the Web series. Since they he’s launched another company and we got the chance to chat with Taylor again about his latest venture: Fetch. A simplified expense report tracker for small businesses. Learn more about how the idea came about, what he’s learned over the years and other tips for budding entrepreneurs.

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Basecamp Review: A Simple but Effective Project Management Tool

People collaborating at table

Find yourself struggling to stay on top of the never-ending to-do list? Or maybe you’re having a difficult time tackling projects? Thanks to Basecamp you can delegate, manage and never miss another deadline. In 1999, a software development company called 37Signals created Basecamp for internal project management for their programmers, including co-founder Jason Fried—they found it so useful themselves, they offered the service to others. After its rapid success and several products later, in 2014 they officially re-named the company “Basecamp” and have been solely focused on it ever since. Learn more about the basics of Basecamp, why people love it so much and how you can get started (for free)…

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Interview with Oskar Jaśniewski of ClickMeeting

Oskar Jaśniewski, ClickMeeting

Oskar Jaśniewski joined the ClickMeeting team as an intern but quickly moved up the ranks and is now responsible for their outreach and marketing efforts. He shares what it’s like working at ClickMeeting, how the webinar company has grown so quickly and how it has differentiated itself in the marketplace in our latest People Who Rock the Web interview…

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Depositphotos Review: Affordable Stock Photos, Vector Images & Videos

Depositphotos on phone, screen and tablet

Need high-resolution, top-notch stock photos, images or videos on a regular basis but don’t want to spend a fortune? Thanks to Depositphotos and its talented contributors from all over the globe, you can find the visual you need to help tell the story of your business without looking cheesy or unoriginal. Learn more about Depositphotos’ wide-range of photography, visual images and videos in our in-depth review that includes a company overview, pricing info, pros and cons and more…

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Best Free Stock Photo Sites: Pixabay vs Unsplash vs FreeImages

Stock photo website on computer screen

If you’re looking for images online, the selection, quality and price are better than ever. There are dozens of websites which offer royalty-free photos at no cost to you. You can create content for your company’s blogs, websites and other marketing materials without breaking the bank. There are many places to search for images and deciding which websites are worth using and what each offers can be tricky. Luckily, we’ve used and reviewed some of the best free stock photo sites on the web so you can get to downloading picture perfect images in no time…

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