Category Archives: Content Marketing

Movable Pink Takes on 2021

During the pandemic, Movable Ink’s employee resource groups have been essential in creating virtual spaces for belonging, inclusivity, and dialogue in a challenging year. In honor of International Women’s Day, we want to highlight Movable Pink, our employee resource group for women, non-binary folks, and allies. Created in response to the gender gap in tech, Movable Pink has evolved into a vibrant community committed to the personal and professional growth of its members.

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Inkredible Opportunities, March 5th


At Movable Ink, we’re proud of our extensive network of inkredible marketers that we’ve formed relationships with over the years. To help facilitate even more connections and make it easier for our friends and colleagues to find new opportunities, we will be publishing the latest and greatest jobs from our network each week. 

Want to submit a job? Drop us a line at clientjobs@movableink.com

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[Infographic] Shifting Priorities to Retention

As people continue to spend more time at home, organizations are benefiting from increased digital adoption. That’s created a record spike in new users and a need to prioritize marketing personalization across email and mobile. Now that consumer confidence is on the rise, prioritizing retention in 2021 is key to deepening customer relationships and building revenue.

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Inkredible Opportunities, February 26th


At Movable Ink, we’re proud of our extensive network of inkredible marketers that we’ve formed relationships with over the years. To help facilitate even more connections and make it easier for our friends and colleagues to find new opportunities, we will be publishing the latest and greatest jobs from our network each week. 

Want to submit a job? Drop us a line at clientjobs@movableink.com

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Future-Proofing Your Mobile Strategies for 2021 and Beyond

There are two roads that lead out of the waning days of the pandemic. The trick is that brands must travel down one to even make it to the other. We’re talking short vs. long term here, and when it comes to an organization’s mobile marketing strategy, shoring up the short-term could create a blueprint for long-term success. When planning for both, personalized mobile marketing should be top of mind for every marketer.

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Mobile Behavior’s Impact on Push & In-App Marketing

The strangest year in recent history caused incredible shifts in consumer behavior, most significantly between consumers and their phones. According to eMarketer, US adults added an entire hour to their daily digital time. Projections show that this increase will not decline post-pandemic, signaling that by 2022 total daily digital time per individual will surpass 8 hours a day. While there are high hopes for returning to normalcy in 2021, we can expect more screen time to become a part of our new normal.

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Inkredible Opportunities, February 19th


At Movable Ink, we’re proud of our extensive network of inkredible marketers that we’ve formed relationships with over the years. To help facilitate even more connections and make it easier for our friends and colleagues to find new opportunities, we will be publishing the latest and greatest jobs from our network each week. 

Want to submit a job? Drop us a line at clientjobs@movableink.com

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Inkredible Opportunities, February 12th


At Movable Ink, we’re proud of our extensive network of inkredible marketers that we’ve formed relationships with over the years. To help facilitate even more connections and make it easier for our friends and colleagues to find new opportunities, we will be publishing the latest and greatest jobs from our network each week. 

Want to submit a job? Drop us a line at clientjobs@movableink.com

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The CMO Preparedness Guide

2021 Predictions for a Year of Recovery

The word prediction should have quotes around it, as we enter an uncertain time for both businesses and consumers. With early vaccine successes, the world could be returning to normal sooner than initially anticipated. However, the economy will still lag as we continue to recover from last year’s pandemic-induced recession. 

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