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Introducing: Yes, And Marketing

By Megan Skalbeck / April 19, 2021 / Comments Off on Introducing: Yes, And Marketing

Verblio’s podcast has a new look, name, and mascot. Please welcome… (underwater drumroll in space): Rebranding is Demanding While “The Verblio Show” was a great name for getting the podcast off the ground (and a full year of episodes!) we decided it was time for a name that tells people a *little* more about what…

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Introducing the Justice League: Verblio’s Efforts toward a More Inclusive World

By Charlene Baker / March 31, 2021 / Comments Off on Introducing the Justice League: Verblio’s Efforts toward a More Inclusive World

Content is powerful. If you fundamentally understand that every single time you press publish on a piece of content, that you’re influencing culture, then you have a better understanding of the power that you have. Ross Simmonds, Episode 29 of The Verblio Show As a content creation company, we take our role in the world…

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Verblio’s First Hackathon

By Annika Nagy / November 12, 2020 / Comments Off on Verblio’s First Hackathon

The What A hackathon is a design sprint-like event in which participants work together over a short period of time to create real functioning software. The Goal Solve a known Verblio business/user problem using technology. Demo the solution at the end of the week. Be judged. Not-so-secret-other-goal: Nurture the spirit of innovation across our company….

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What We Verblio Writers Want Our Customers to Know

By Verblio / August 7, 2020 / Comments Off on What We Verblio Writers Want Our Customers to Know

Editor’s note: Michelle H. has been with us since April 2017 and has a “hold my beer, watch this” enthusiasm for some of our more challenging customers. She’d like to thank her fabulous fellow Verblio writers for their input on this article and for their overall support and inspiration. When she reached out to us…

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COVID-Themed Words That Seem Like They Should Exist By Now

By Annika Nagy / July 23, 2020 / Comments Off on COVID-Themed Words That Seem Like They Should Exist By Now

We’re word people, and the global pandemic has spawned a lot of new words and phrases. For example, what do you call the process of giving your pets professional titles? Are those pawmotions? There was an SNL sketch in the 80s about “sniglets” – words that ought to be words but aren’t. (Sniglet is itself…

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A Writer’s Resource for Deconstructing Racist Language

By Verblio / July 21, 2020 / Comments Off on A Writer’s Resource for Deconstructing Racist Language

Editor’s note: We at Verblio are working to define the action items Verblio can, and should, take to be actively anti-racist, amplify Black voices, reconstruct industry framework(s) and systems to be equitable and inclusive, and model for others how to effect positive change.  Part of our responsibility as a content creation platform and community is…

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