They must have heard about all the awesome things we have here: birthday lunches, flexible schedules, a casual-clothes-friendly dress code (says the guy wearing a Badgers track jacket and jeans right now) and much more.
Thanks to Madison Magazine, our awesome employees, our awesome bosses (I know you’re reading this, Lyn and Susanne) and everybody who made this possible. And congratulations to all the other Madison businesses that made the list!
Well, you’re probably not watching college basketball because it’s like 75 degrees in March in Madison, which is just downright freaky.
So, I’ll keep Link Friday short and sweet today so you can get outside and enjoy the weather. Since this is Wisconsin, it just might snow next week.
On with the links…
Want some cool ideas for your new Facebook Timeline page for your business? Check out these inspiring examples from Hubspot.
And a little more on Facebook Timeline for businesses: 21 things you need to know before your pages convert March 30. (We’re working on Timeline pages for all our clients right now and they’re super-cool.)
The “homeless hotspot” marketing effort at SXSW drew a lot of criticism this week. Was it justified?
I know the readers of Link Friday (all 12 of you) were broken-hearted when last Friday came and went with no sign of your weekly blog post. Things were a little crazy around here last week, with a new employee starting (welcome, Sarrut!) and everyone preparing for the Governor’s Conference on Tourism in Green Bay.
To make it up to you, here’s a double dose of the cool things we’ve found in the last couple weeks in the fields of destination marketing, social media and the like:
Time for a shameless plug: Have you entered our Shift Your Gears Contest? You can win trips to 12 great Wisconsin destinations, as well as $500 in cold, hard cash. (Well, it probably won’t actually be cash, but it’s cool nonetheless.)
In other P&B-related news, we held our annual client social at Lambeau Field on Monday. It was pretty great. We have a few photos up on our Facebook page if you wanna see.
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