Monthly Archives: March 2012

Lights, Camera, Knotice!

Knotice recently received a visit from the folks at Cleveland Plus and FreshWater where we filmed an appearance for a feature video segment. Cleveland Plus and Freshwater work to promote the many benefits Northeast Ohio, with a focus on what’s coming next to the area, and to communicate the benefits of living and working here. […]

Privacy Update: FTC’s Final Privacy Framework

The Web has been abuzz this week with the announcement from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) of the release of a final version of its Online Privacy Report framework. The final version comes more than a year after the draft was introduced. Deemed a set of “best practices” for how companies should protect privacy online, […]

Ways to Architect Messaging Experiences

Marketers have evolved into messaging architects. We create the foundation for the brand, building its image message by message, brick by brick, via email, mobile, social, website content and display advertising. Just as the introduction of steel girders brought about the era of the skyscraper, aligning your messaging channels into a unified approach supports the […]

Knotice at the 2012 NEO Success Awards

Inside Business magazine recognized Northeast Ohio’s most successful companies at a special luncheon yesterday, and Knotice was honored to be a part of it. Each year, the NEO Success awards recognize the top performing companies in the region. The awards focus on success in growth, sales, and profitability. Knotice has been the proud recipient of […]

Drug Store Battles Won With Mobile

Over the weekend, I realized that my prescription was about to run out and I needed my doctor call in a new one to cover another year. It’s always a frustrating process filled with automatic voice menus, long wait times and other obstacles. This time around however, my call was a little different given the […]

Quick and Easy Site Personalization with Live Zones

When it comes to website content, live zones are an often under-utilized resource. In simple terms, live zones make it easy for marketers to change content on a website without involving IT. If you’d like more information on how these easy to edit areas of content on a website work, check out this post. The […]

Email Marketing Confusion… the Honeymoon is Over

When I began my wedding planning journey last winter, I wrote about the frustration I felt from having received scores of confusing, poorly targeted, CAN-SPAM rule breaking emails after attending a bridal show. After I got married, the flow of emails from vendors at the bridal show slowed. Now, a whole six months after my […]

How to: Controlling the Elements of an HTML Table

I’ve introduced you to HTML table construction and have taken a look at more complex table construction. Today, we’ll take a look at some commonly used HTML elements at the table and cell level. Below is a list of commonly used HTML elements at the table and cell level. Some have been used in the […]

More Tips on HTML Tables, Creating Nested Tables

Most email clients lack support for recent HTML and CSS technologies, which is why tables are the best way to build entire HTML emails. Tables may seem dated, but they’re bulletproof. Every Web browser and email client can read them. In a previous post introducing HTML tables, I looked at their most basic construction. This […]

A Quick Knotice Press Roundup

Happy Friday, Lunch Pail readers! Knotice has been in the news lately, from contributed pieces to profiles to customer success stories. Here’s a roundup of some of the articles you may have missed: Knotice’s Director of Strategic Services, Bryce Marshall, penned a piece for Integrated Solutions for Retailers that outlines ways to create an enjoyable […]