Posts by Zach Partyka

About Zach Partyka

I am the resident blogger at First Scribe and deliver important news about our company, web design, web development, SEO/SEM and social media. I love to hear others' thoughts about what I write so share your opinion in the comments of my posts. Most importantly, thanks for taking the time to read our blog.

How to Add Editable Areas to Exported MailChimp Templates

If you’ve tried recently exporting a MailChimp template you’ve been greeted with this alert. It’s a shame, but a necessary change since MailChimp decided to make editing templates super easy.

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PUMA Partners with First Scribe to Launch Online Store for Australia

PUMA, a worldwide leader in athletic footwear and apparel, has partnered with First Scribe to develop and launch a new online storefront for their Australian market — http://au.puma.com. First Scribe has a long history with numerous PUMA employees and has worked with them on previous projects for Kenneth Cole, Tommy Hilfiger, Pour La Victoire …

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The New Twitter is Here

Twitter is trying to simplify its platform so they can capture users who have been having trouble understanding how Twitter works.

Their first major change has been to the layout, which surprisingly, makes it look like Facebook. Good move? Bad move? While I don’t think it’s a bad change, I do think it’s pretty uninspired. …

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First Scribe Office Renovation Close to Completion

What better way to ring in the new year than with a newly remodeled office. If you haven’t been in the loop, we’ve doubled our office space to help accommodate our increasing volume of work. (Pssst…we’re also hiring.) While we plan on taking on more work you shouldn’t expect a decrease in the quality of …

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G+ Custom URLs Not so Custom… Yet

It’s been a few weeks since Google Plus custom URLs went live and there’s already one common occurrence – you might not get the URL you want.

There’s a twist – it isn’t because people have been slow to claim their custom URLs, rather, it’s because Google is deciding whether you get the custom URL …

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