New at Verblio

New Faces, Energy For Getting Blogging Done

By Verblio / June 9, 2016 / 0 Comments

We wrote recently about our new office, and I wanted to follow up with another bit of news about us: We’ve added a key person to our board.

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Our New Blog Design & Name: Introducing “The Hydrant”

By Pat Armitage / June 1, 2016 / 0 Comments

Welcome to the one place where we can leave our mark on blogging and content marketing: The Hydrant. We wanted a name that wouldn’t be generic and boring. We wanted something a little risque. And we wanted to give readers a sense of our personality and our post content right from the start.

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New Office And New Focus On Blog Writing

By Verblio / May 6, 2016 / 0 Comments

It’s me, Scott Yates, writing. I feel like I need to announce that. In the old days of BlogMutt I did all the blog writing, then I started using BlogMutt writers, and now we have a great mix of posts from BlogMutt writers, BlogMutt staff, and the occasional hodge-podge.

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Blog Writing, Easier: New BlogMutt Interface for Customers

By Kali Bizzul / March 14, 2016 / 0 Comments

Our growing development team has been on hyperdrive recently. You’ve been asking for improvements, and our team has delivered to make blog writing easier.And we couldn’t be more proud and excited about it.

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Blog Writing for Digital Agencies: Monthly Posting Plans for Clients

By Kali Bizzul / February 23, 2016 / 0 Comments

If you are a digital agency looking for help with blog writing, you are going to love this new feature from BlogMutt: Total flexibility in scheduling posts. Our monthly posting plans are officially available to our customers with multiple subscriptions. Here’s looking at you, digital agencies and multiple-small-business owners.

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Abandoning the Inbox: BlogMutt’s Transition from Email to Support Ticket Tracking

By Grace Hirt / January 11, 2016 / 0 Comments

BlogMutt has a very small support team. For now, it’s just me and one other person, who was handling it all by herself before I was hired a year ago. The smallness of our team is one reason that she and I were skeptical when the higher-ups mentioned the idea of transitioning from a support…

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