|Posted by CJ Knowles, Business Development Manager, on 8/13/2018 11:30:00 AM.|
On the topic of security, users sometimes ask us why PromoSuite Next logs them out. While we know it can sometimes catch you off guard, it’s very important. It’s about more than just protecting your stations’ listener data—it’s about protecting you specifically!
We always encourage users to log out of PromoSuite Next using the Logout button under their name. We know though that people sometimes forget, or they just close the browser tab with the X in the corner, or they just leave their browser open and go home for the day (looking at you, On-Air folks…). So, it’s with your security in mind that PromoSuite Next logs you out after periods of inactivity. Our automatic logout helps to make sure no nefarious ne’er-do-wells hijack the PromoSuite session that you left open and do something shady, then have you take the fall for it.
|Best Practices, PromoSuite Next|
|Posted by CJ Knowles, Business Development Manager, on 1/19/2017 10:30:00 AM.|
|As part of our ongoing efforts to make your life easier, we recently turned our attention to the Front Desk. A handful of clients had mentioned that our prize fulfillment process can be intimidating, particularly if all the receptionist wants to do is look up a listener, give them a prize, and get on to the next person in line.|
|Posted by CJ Knowles, Business Development Manager, on 6/30/2016 6:00:00 PM.|
In today's business world, data is king - the more you have, the better your strategy can be, and the more intelligent your decisions will be. This certainly isn't new ground for radio, but as many of our clients have lamented, there is so much data that it can be challenging to know how to make it actionable. That's why PromoSuite Next is now seamlessly integrated with the data analysis powerhouses over at DMR/Interactive - to help you roll out the red carpet for the most important and influential listeners in your market.
|Social Media, PromoSuite Next|
|Posted by CJ Knowles, Business Development Manager, on 9/4/2014 11:48:00 AM.|
For those of you running social contesting on Facebook, this is very important. Facebook recently announced some updates to their Platform Policy, and they buried one of the most important paragraph near the bottom:
"You must not incentivize people to use social plugins or to like a Page. This includes offering rewards, or gating apps or app content based on whether or not a person has liked a Page."
|ListenerEmail, Social Media, Sign-Up Pages, Best Practices|
|Posted by CJ Knowles, Business Development Manager, on 1/15/2014 10:00:00 AM.|
|Looking for RSS content that automatically creates new pages
on your website? PromoSuite has teamed up with ABC News Radio Digital to bring you
real-time RSS news content, embedded directly into your webpages, without the
need to direct visitors to another company’s website!
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