We’re ready to look inside MailChimp. I’ll be explaining lists, segments, groups, and tags. Resist the temptation to skip over this information. By understanding these features and knowing how to use them, you’ll actually send less email to people. Continue reading Inside MailChimp
This is a quick-and-dirty post because I wanted to alert you to some date/deadline considerations. I’ll be doing two more thorough posts the next two weeks to help you use MailChimp as a follow-up reminder to your end-of-year ask. Continue reading A Timely End-of-Year Post for You
This is an opportunity for you to look over my shoulder as I’m working on our EOYA today. I’m writing today about your End-of-Year Ask (EOYA). In part two, I’ll share about following up your EOYA with MailChimp. Continue reading Walking through an End-of-Year Ask with Sus
You must change the way you think about passwords. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recommends we use our power of association and unique mental images. Continue reading Passphrases Are the New Passwords
I’m sure you’ve received suspicious emails. I had several back-to-back last month. These “spear phishing” emails were a new kind in my experience. Spear phishing moves from general “casting of a net” hoping to catch somebody unawares, to emails directed to an individual. These scammers were trying to extort money from me to blackmail me. Continue reading Are You a Victim of Spear Phishing?
Use Appointment Slots for discipleship appointments, interviews, etc. It’s perfect for making a time available for others to grab rather than all the back and forth you might otherwise go through to set up a meeting. Continue reading Making Appointment Slots with Google Calendar