Even though we’re living in the age of social media, email is still the most-used tactic for small and medium-sized business marketing. For a business with thousands of email subscribers to a mailing list, an email marketing platform is necessary. I mean, who wants to send thousands of individual emails one by one? The answer is nobody. But with several platform options available, how can we tell which are the best? Continue reading “MailChimp vs. Constant Contact: What is the Best Email Marketing Platform?”
Sustainability, at its simplest and most fundamental level, is defined as “a city’s or country’s ability to sustain, or its capacity to endure.” But, in a world filled with one too many harmful fertilizers and pesticides, is it too late for cities to introduce sustainable food markets and implement successful environmental policies and programs? Is it too late to endure? Many would argue that it is. But for those individuals that still have faith in the power of human innovation and the will to survive, a beacon of hope can be found in Boston, Massachusetts.
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There’s no denying that Boston has lots of delicious restaurants: Tavern Road, The Salty Pig and Bostonia Public House are a few of our personal faves, but on any given day, you’ll most likely find us at a local Brookline establishment grabbing lunch, celebrating a birthday or having a holiday party. Whatever the occasion, there’s always a delicious option right around the corner. We’ve highlighted a few of our favorites below: Continue reading “The BIGfish Team’s Favorite Brookline Eats”
While BIGfish’s current office space has been praised by Fast Company for its design, things didn’t start out that way. In fact, when the company was founded in 1999 by our fearless leader David Gerzof Richard, the space didn’t even have windows. But our upgraded, sunlit office isn’t the only mark of growth for this formerly one-man operation. Continue reading “#fbf: Where Our Tech Public Relations Agency Got Its Start”