For the most part, people call me Max. After graduating from
Indiana University in 2010, I became a full-time employee with
Compendium, where I serve as the Lead Lifecycle Engineer. I could
give you the specifics, but I would rather just sum it up with
this: I help Compendium and its partners communicate and grow in a
more predictable fashion...
With the release of #NewNewTwitter, we're seeing a ton of new
functionality and design coming to our favorite blue bird. One
particularly cool addition is the ability to embed Tweets within
blog posts and webpages, like so :)@compendium demo with @katerohan
Interesting product in the #blogosphere.— Elen Bahr (@ElenBahr)
December9, 2011If you don't...
I'm a huge fan of Jay Baer for all kinds of reasons. Among others,
he's insightful, well-spoken, and totally approachable. His book
kicks ass, too. Anyhow, the other day, I was looking back at our
old Compendium videos, and I found this little ditty that I
recorded with Jay a year ago. I put Jay on the spot,
asking him, "What's the future of...
Your Email-to-Post account is ready, so let me help you set it up.
There’s nothing to it, really. The first thing you need to do is
login to Compendium like you’re about to create a post the
old-fashioned way. Click the Account button at the top right
of your screen. You’ll see your general account settings— things
like your name, email address,...
On behalf of Compendium, I would like to congratulate another
Indy-based tech company on a great IPO. Angie's List, a membership
service that compiles consumer ratings of local service companies
and contractors, made their initial public offering early today,
and their stock shot up 33% soon after the ringing of the opening
bell.The team over at...
At Compendium, we know how important it is that your content stays
well-organized and easily retrievable for both humans and search
engines. That’s why we’ve crafted the most robust categorization
system the blog world has ever seen. Author Organization
Every blog author has his or her own blog page with a unique blog
title and URL. When an...
Staring at a blank screen again, hoping that you'll be inspired to
start writing for your business blog? Here are a few quick tips to
get you creating content more easily:DiversifyEmpower your
employees, customers, and advocates to blog on your behalf. This
approach enhances the breadth of your content and gives your
audience multiple perspectives...
Most people love November because it brings turkey and a couple
days off work. We love November because it brings National Blog
Posting Month. NaBloPoMo is easy to celebrate. All you have to do
is write one post every day until December—it's that
simple. Legend has it that NaBloPoMo was created to poke fun
at National Novel Writing Month, which...
Barry Schwartz wrote a book called The Paradox of Choice,
essentially stating that humans make better decisions when their
options are more limited. It's contrary to the way we're wired, but
according to Schwartz, our brains become paralyzed when we're
presented with a seemingly endless amount of choices. He preaches
that there is freedom in...
The Higher Ed Marketing Report held its 26th Annual Educational
Advertising Awards Ceremony last month, and our client, Granite
State College, earned a Merit recognition in the Total Advertising
Award category for schools under 2,000 students. The campaign grew
out of GSC's business blogging program with Compendium and turned
into a “phenomenal”...