Recapping the Week [6.24.13-6.28.13]

Taking a Time-Out to Say Thanks for Making Us a Top Workplace 

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has announced their 2013 Top Workplaces list and we’re ecstatic to have made the cut. We wanted to say thank you to our entire team for making our work environment such an enjoyable one. Every year we strive to build an environment that’s fun to work in and with the continuous help of our team, we’ve been able to succeed. Read full story here.

Vine or Instagram Video – Why Don’t We Just Call It Facebook vs. Twitter

Remember when Twitter acquired Vine in 2012 and everyone was talking about it? How about when Facebook acquired Instagram? Both social companies have been making moves to better their social experience over the last year and they aren’t slowing down. Read full post here.

Top 10 Reasons to Outsource Your Prospecting: #3 Reliability

We’re into week three on our trip through the top 10 reasons to outsource your prospecting. Previously we’ve explored the benefits of cost as well as productivity. This week, we are looking at reason number three: reliability. Read full post here.

First Day Survivor 

Finding an internship is much more difficult than it looks. You have to spend long hours just compiling a list of possible internships. Then you have to polish up your résumé and cover letter to make sure you stand out from the crowd. (I did not realize how frustrating cover letters could be!) So when I applied to be a social media intern for Abstrakt Marketing Group this spring, you could say I was happy (and relieved) that I did not have to worry about a cover letter.  Of course, I had to focus on not making a fool of myself during the interview, but luckily I was able to do that (somewhat) easily. Read full post here. 

Life at Abstrakt

Life at Abstrakt—You see the tab on the website, you read the blogs and you look at all the pictures. But little do you know, as fun as the website looks – it doesn’t do this place justice.Before I even knew I was going to intern here, I spent vast amounts of time reading about the people who work here and looking at their fun activity photos. But now that I am part of the team (only for 5 weeks, but still), I understand more about what “life at Abstrakt” really means. Read full post here.