How to Find and Remove Duplicates in Excel

“I’ve never been a natural, all I do is try, try, try.” These Taylor Swift lyrics, in the song “mirrorball”, perfectly explain my relationship with numbers, math, and anything concerning data analytics. However, as a marketer, data analysis is one of the most important aspects of my job. But like most marketers, who prefer strategy and creativity, numbers and Excel reports don’t come naturally to me. That’s why it’s important to know how to work in Excel and find shortcuts to help make the process easier. Today, we’ll dive into one of those processes — how to find and remove…

The 9 Best Ways to Send Large Files

We all know the frustrating feeling — maybe you’ve finally finished the script for your next marketing video, or you’ve collected all the images you need for your next campaign. But when you go to press “Send” you’re told, “Sorry. File too large.” Unfortunately, our email accounts can’t carry as much storage as you might think. Gmail, for instance, can only hold files up to 25 MB. Additionally, large files can eat at your storage space, even if it’s just sitting in your Sent folder. If you’ve got a file you can’t send the traditional way, don’t worry — we’ve…

The 12 Best Free Graphic Design Software for Marketers and Beginners

When it comes to website success, what you see is what you get. While compelling text, blog, and social media content can help set your brand apart from the competition, the visual appeal of your site is the first thing users see when they follow backlinks or click through search engine results. Recent research found that it takes just 2.6 seconds for users’ eyes to focus on a specific area of your website. What’s more, it takes just 0.05 seconds for visitors to form a general first impression of your site — meaning you’ve got just one opportunity to change…

Robots.txt: The Deceptively Important File All Websites Need

The robots.txt file helps major search engines understand where they’re allowed to go on your website. But, while the major search engines do support the robots.txt file, they may not all adhere to the rules the same way. Below, let’s break down what a robots.txt file is, and how you can use it. What is a robots.txt file? Every day, there are visits to your website from bots — also known as robots or spiders. Search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing send these bots to your site so your content can be crawled and indexed and appear in search…