So the first day of the tourney kicked off and man did some brackets take a hit, even more than normal with two 3 seeds going out in the first few hours (Baylor and Iowa State), and another (Notre Dame) skating by in the waning seconds. The 4th #3 Oklahoma plays today. They have to be nervous.
This past Wednesday, we finally pulled the trigger on something we had wanted to do for a long time now—we hosted an open house at our new office in Middletown. We've been in this office space for about a year now and since we very first moved in, the idea of an open house had been on our minds. With a few office renovations complete and the addition of some new team members to the SQUAD, now was the perfect time!
When we said March would be an exciting month for TCS, we weren't kidding. Yesterday we introduced you to Jess Malloy who started with us last week, and today we'd like you to meet our other Inbound Marketing Agent, Anna Kate.
Anna Kate is originally from Alabama and has a background in public relations. Since starting with TCS, she's learned her way around HubSpot and is enjoying meeting and getting to know our clients. Help us in welcoming Anna Kate to the TCS Family!
The Content Squad is excited to announce another new employee to our list of growing team members. Meet Jessica Malloy, a transplant from Southern California. Jess, as we call her here at TCS, has an editorial background and has worked as a blog manager, assistant editor, and freelance writer.
Most YouTubers can agree that there is a fine line between hitting the mark with social ads and alienating your audience. On this fine snowy day, you may happen across a few random videos on YouTube. For instance, as I was perusing my daily YouTube feed of popular videos, I came across "Puppies in snow." Most users would seek this opportunity to overload on warm, fuzzy cuteness on this wintry day. As I clicked to view the video, I immediately regretted my decision as an ad smacked me in the face like a cold, hard snowball. I then contemplated my decision to watch the video.