Ecreativeworks Weekly Roundup: April 10-14, 2017

Happy (almost) Easter, everyone! If the Easter Bunny lays an egg on Sunday, that means six more weeks of Lent, right? Something like that. Anyway, before you clock for the weekend (which, if you’re lucky, is of the “long holiday” variety), check out our latest compendium of the best and most informative SEO and digital […]

Ecreativeworks Weekly Roundup: December 19 – 23

Tomorrow is both Christmas Eve and the start of Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa begins on Monday, so there’s plenty of holiday cheer goin’ ‘round. If you’re still at the office, watching the clock and counting down to the weekend like a kid waiting for jolly ol’ Saint Nick to slide down the chimney, we’ve got a […]

Are You Ready for Manufacturing Day?

Manufacturing has an image problem. But manufacturers all around the country are working to change that perception. October 2nd, 2015 is Manufacturing Day. On that day, manufacturers will open their doors and allow people to get a glimpse of what manufacturing really looks like. Will you be participating in Manufacturing Day? If so, let us […]

Still Using Internet Explorer? 7 Reasons to Break the IE Habit

Internet Explorer is dead. Dead as a doornail. Yet some people continue to use it. If you use IE, you should switch to Firefox or Google Chrome immediately, and here’s why: 1. The Department of Homeland Security has asked people to stop using it. Why? Because there was a bug that compromised its security and […]

Productivity Tips from Sir Paul McCartney

We All Get Stuck. The Legendary Beatle Tells Us How to Push Through. Admit it. You’ve experienced this scenario: you’re working on something, and then suddenly you’re not satisfied with your work. You get stuck trying to fix it. Before you know it, you’ve frittered away half your day just trying to rework a tiny […]

5 Lessons to Take Away from the Potato Salad Kickstarter

ICYMI: a kid from Ohio set up a campaign on Kicktstarter with a simple, if slightly off-beat, premise: he wanted to make a potato salad, and asked Kickstarter backers for $10 to do so. Since then, the campaign has gone viral, and as of this writing, he has raised $38,894 from 3,603 backers. That’s enough money […]