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What I’ve Learned from My Internship

My time at Smarter Searches has come to an end, and wow, I have learned so much from this experience. 2020 is weird, and I think everyone knows that. Being a college student this year is strange, and balancing school and an internship with an

How to Stay Productive on Month Seven of WFH

If you feel like you have been unproductive or less motivated lately, we can promise you that you aren’t the only one. It is important to remember that we are on month seven of working from home in a global pandemic. This is the most

TikToks, Reels, and 2020

TikTok, Reels, and 2020

The year is 2020. We’re in a global pandemic. Donald Trump is president. Gen Z loves TikTok (and I’m close enough to 30 to tell you, from the bottom of my heart, that I just don’t get it!). Another note – Kanye West announced his

Google Ads Advertiser Verification

Google Ads Advertiser Verification Rolling Out

Google is starting to roll out a new advertiser verification program to “ensure a safe and trustworthy ad experience for users.” If you advertise on Google, you may have received an email from Google asking for you to verify your business. The program requires advertisers

How a CRM Can Help You Learn From Your Mistakes: Dubsado

How a CRM Can Help You Learn from Your Mistakes

You learn best from your mistakes, right? Well, that’s certainly the case with us. Nearly every policy and procedure we have for all our products and services come from some mistake we made or “learning experience” we have had. From lines in our contract to

World Emoji Day July 17 Blog

World Emoji Day – July 17th

If you scroll through your past text messages, the odds of an emoji present in a message would not be a surprise. We use emojis every day; whether it’s to help portray emotion in a message, to add a little extra something to a caption,

World Social Media Day 2020

World Social Media Day

World Social Media Day occurs each year on June 30th, so before starting this blog, I went back and re-read the one I wrote last year. I took note of the statistics and the (shocking) mention of the Kardashians. While I will, of course, fill