Deanna Donates to Jack's Basket Deanna Schwint is a Programmer at Vivid Image. She selected Jack's Basket to be the recipient of her $250 donation in October. Deanna chose Jack's Basket because October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month, and Jack's Basket celebrates every baby born with Down Syndrome. Deanna shares "Our family received a basket for Joanna while we were at Children's Hospital in
Kori Donates to Underdog Rescue Kori Sanders is our Vice President at Vivid Image and an avid dog rescue advocate. Kori selected Underdog Rescue to be the recipient of her $250 donation in September. She chose Underdog Rescue “because their mission really hits home. They rescue and rehabilitate dogs in need, including those from breeder releases. We adopted our beloved dog Cleo
When you start using the newest generation of Google Analytics (known as GA4), you’ll see that things look different if you are familiar with the older version. Many new users don’t know where to find the data that they used to see in the old analytics interface. We’ll show you how to view some of the most important information our clients care about when evaluating their website’s performance.
Starting October 31st, verified non-profits on Facebook who have been set up to receive donations from people will need to get set up with Pay Pal Giving Fund, Facebook's chosen new third-party processor. Not only do you need to review and accept these changes, you'll have to get set up with a PPGF account. Unfortunately, the days of non-profits receiving 100% of funds raised (without any fees)
If you haven’t received one of these seemingly alarming messages via email, private message, or on-page tagging yet and you are an admin of a Facebook page, chances are you will. We are closely monitoring the influx of fraudulent copyright infringement notifications or community standard violations, and Facebook is working quickly to combat this surge. It’s essential to be vigilant, as most of
If you’ve logged on to Twitter lately or clicked on the app, you have probably noticed some notable changes to the platform design! Twitter said “Bye Bye, Birdie” and hello to a new look with an “X” as their logo. For Twitter, it sounds like the reasoning behind the change is for “X” to become an everything app. This could mean no more character limits and already means longer video