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How (and When) to Build a Geo-Fence

If you’ve ever been annoyed by a website that stopped you from watching a video because you’re in the ‘wrong’ country ... you’re probably familiar with geo-fencing. This tactic gets a bad rap. Chances are, you encounter...

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If you’ve ever been annoyed by a website that stopped you from watching a video because you’re in the ‘wrong’ country ... you’re...

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What Makes a Good ‘Hero Image’?

A ‘hero’ image is one that carries the most visual weight in your layout. Usually accompanying your headline, this is the image that greets your reader when they hit your page. If your page doesn’t have...

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A ‘hero’ image is one that carries the most visual weight in your layout. Usually accompanying your headline, this is the image...

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Buttons vs Links: Which Converts More Clicks?

If your action email has one job—to get your supporter to click through to a destination—then what’s the quickest way to get them there? In the history of Animals Australia’s (several thousand) email broadcasts, there’s no...

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If your action email has one job—to get your supporter to click through to a destination—then what’s the quickest way to get...

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Avoid These 4 Mistakes When Embedding Videos

On-page videos can be your best friend and your worst enemy. At the same time. Know the pros and cons so you can take full advantage without annoying your supporters. Why on-page videos are...

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On-page videos can be your best friend and your worst enemy. At the same time. Know the pros and cons so you...

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How and When to ‘Hide’ Content

One of the hardest lessons to learn as a communicator is knowing what not to say. In a medium that forces us to compete for the attention spans of our audience, more is most definitely less...

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One of the hardest lessons to learn as a communicator is knowing what not to say. In a medium that forces us...

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3 Design Cues That Prime Supporters for Action

It can feel intuitive to place your action form elements at the end of your page—after your theory of change. However, your supporter might lose interest or fail to grasp their own relevance unless you spell it...

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It can feel intuitive to place your action form elements at the end of your page—after your theory of change. However, your supporter...

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