Articles in Grow

Amanda Leighty
By Amanda Leighty |
IN Grow |

Speak and Be Heard: How to Make Your Social Media Posts More Accessible

Social media offers us a way to connect with others, but there are some common mistakes that can make it difficult for some audiences to do just that. Ensure your posts are accessible and create more connections with these practices.

Social media is available to nearly anyone with an enabled device, and each user represents an opportunity to connect. So, if your goal as an organization is to have a greater impact or increase your following, it’s important to make sure you’re reaching each person as effectively as possible.

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Amanda Leighty
By Amanda Leighty |
IN Grow, IN Strategy |

How to Write an RFP: The Tips and Template You Need to Create a Great Request for Proposal

Writing a Request for Proposal? Explore this list of helpful tips and best practices, and download our free RFP template to get started.


If you’re looking for a digital agency to help your business or nonprofit organization with an upcoming project — or if you’re seeking a partner for ongoing services like web development, graphic design, or marketing — you will likely need to create an RFP.

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Dany Petraska
By Dany Petraska |
IN Grow |

Why You Need to Claim Your Google Knowledge Panel (Now)

 

Having an unclaimed Google knowledge panel is so 2015. Yet many small businesses overlook this fundamental step in brand engagement. Whether it’s a lack of knowledge or time, an unclaimed knowledge panel doesn’t just reduce your audience reach, it also leaves you susceptible to potential misinformation. Our content strategist, Dany Petraska, has put together a guide to claiming your knowledge panel on Google.

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Nina Talley
By Nina Talley |
IN Grow |

The Art of the Elevator Pitch

Vintage elevator controls.

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Chintan Parikh
By Chintan Parikh |
IN Build, IN Grow |

Your website has launched! Now what?

It is exciting to see the first users start visiting your brand-spankin’-new website or digital product. (No, we’re not talking about beta users or test accounts filled with “lorem ipsum” copy.) We are talking about actual users. These are users who visit your website looking for value, be it in the form of products, information, or entertainment.

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