The Worst Mail Merge Fails (and How to Fix Them)

From the bad to the downright embarrassing, we’ve compiled a list of some of the worst mail merge fails we’ve ever seen. Why? Because it’s hilarious, but also because before we show you how to fix the problem, it’s important to see how bad some mail merge issues can really get. We get it, sending [...]

Guerrilla Internal Communications: Meet The Gorilla Games Judges

Are you wondering what guerrilla internal communications is? Have you had a chance to think about what we’re looking for in terms of submissions for The Gorilla Games? Last week, we interviewed our partner for The Gorilla Games contest, Mike Klein, who’s the Founder of Changing The Terms and also one of the judges, who’s [...]

By |2019-04-09T21:46:27+00:00November 12th, 2018|industry trends, Internal Communications|0 Comments

The Gorilla Games: Putting Next Practice Before Best Practice

A guerrilla approach to marketing, more commonly known as guerrilla marketing can be described as "an advertising strategy that focuses on low-cost unconventional marketing tactics that yield maximum results." We believe guerrilla tactics can help unleash your inner creative, which is why we decided to start The Gorilla Games competition. We also think internal comms [...]

By |2019-04-09T21:46:27+00:00November 8th, 2018|industry trends, Internal Communications|0 Comments

How to Handle Internal Emails as a Successful Internal Communicator in 2019

You want to be a successful internal communicator ... What if you didn't need a designer to create beautiful, responsive HTML emails? What if you could become a trusted advisor to the C-Suite instead of always having to fight for approval? Get My eBook Now Internal communicators are ready. They’re ready to [...]

Introducing “The Gorilla Games,” a Guerrilla-Style Internal Comms Competition

As an internal comms pro, did you ever have the most uber-creative, awe-inspiring idea? You couldn't wait to approach your executive management. They're going to love this one, you thought to yourself. You could barely contain your excitement. But when you approached the C-suite, they claimed they didn't have the budget to launch something like [...]

By |2019-04-09T21:46:25+00:00November 2nd, 2018|industry trends, Internal Communications|0 Comments

Webinar Recap: Unleashing Your Inner Rebel In Internal Comms

What does it mean to be a rebel at work or a rebel within internal comms? That's the question we set out to answer during our most recent live webinar with Communications expert, Advita Patel. Advita has over 14 years of experience in Internal Communications and Transformational Change and has worked in a variety of [...]

Scary Stories: Internal Comms Storytelling Lessons We Can Learn from Kids

Ever wondered if there are some internal comms storytelling lessons you can learn from kids? This blog covers 5 storytelling techniques internal communicators can learn from kids.  As adults, we feed ourselves a lot of scary stories that limit us from reaching our full potential. Have you ever looked back at your childhood and wondered how [...]

By |2019-04-09T21:46:24+00:00October 30th, 2018|Internal Communications|0 Comments

Internal Communicators, Here’s Why Your Employee Experience Strategy Won’t Work!

Employee experience means everything to your people, so it makes sense that you’d want to find ways to ensure that their experience is a positive one. This usually means you need to rethink your employee experience strategy. But because employee experience is so vast and nebulous, companies need to come to terms with the fact that [...]

HubSpot vs ContactMonkey: Internal Comms Email Software, a 2019 Comparison

When it comes to choosing internal comms email software between HubSpot and ContactMonkey--considering the ease of use, adaptability and learning curve--David knocks out Goliath.   Congratulations! It looks like you’ve got budget approval to adopt new email solutions that finally generates employee engagement and love for your internal comms--whether that’s in the form of an employee [...]

By |2019-04-11T12:18:40+00:00October 18th, 2018|Internal Communications|0 Comments