If you’re wondering if email is still a relevant marketing strategy, then this list of stats will reassure you. For example “email generates $38 for every $1 spent, which is an astounding 3,800% ROI, making it one of the most effective options available.” Not only will strategic email marketing strengthen your relationships with your audience, those relationships translate into a solid return on investment. Visit blog.hubspot.com for more impressive stats.
We’re suckers for beautiful design, even down to the smallest detail. We’re also massive music lovers and concert goers. Which is why we’re sharing this article about these adorably effective earplugs to wear to your next concert. They block out excessive volume while still letting you jam to the music. See the full list at npr.org.
We’re so inspired by these young people around the world taking a stand for the planet, and grateful to the dedicated photographers who documented this historic moment. It’s so powerful to see citizens globally fight for our future. Learn more about the recent global protest at nytimes.com.
We can all agree that children should be safe in school and teachers should be able to focus on educating our young people without fearing for their lives. However, the suggestion that teachers should be armed is complicated and problematic. Read more about why it’s a dangerous path at medium.com.
Just a nice little reminder how nice it is to doodle. Drawing is the simplest, fastest way to get an idea down, but can also be a great way to channel your energy into something positive. As the author and illustrator of this journal puts it, “ the great thing about a sketchbook is that it is for you. It’s where ideas, conscious and unconscious, form. Accidents happen, but they are happy accidents.” Read more about her story at nytimes.com.
The best way to recruit people to your cause it to inspire them with a powerful, true story. This campaign for the US Air force is great, because it highlights their own and lets these women speak for themselves. So powerful to see these pioneering women talk about their experiences. See the spot at thedrum.com.