DIB Source is a Holler Project created to open up the conversation about diversity, inclusion, and belonging in the workplace. We encourage people to learn and share ideas about DIB.
November 18, 2020
Tentpole marketing helps your brand reach people in messaging at keys moments in time. Learn how to leverage tentpole marketing in this blog.
November 5, 2020
Five actions that we've recently implemented here at Holler to make certain diversity, inclusion, and belonging are top of mind when it comes to our hiring strategy.
October 29, 2020
America’s Favorite Unofficial Holiday, Super Bowl LV, will be here before we know it. With Holler, you become part of the Super Bowl-related conversations when you’re most relevant and useful.
October 22, 2020
Iterating on some of our internal feedback to add more external speakers to our educational series, we set out to find successful and relatable women that had built careers in the technology and creative space for our next event. Sarah Aitken, our Chief Marketing Officer, reached out to her network and brought together three successful women to join a panel discussion titled “Female Leaders in Technology.”
September 30, 2020
In preparation for New Year’s Eve celebrations, we pulled together some messaging trends and insights to help you make informed decisions about how to reach audiences before the ball drops.
September 23, 2020
Summer has flown by, and we’re already entering into September. Before we know it, Halloween will be upon us. And although the holiday will look vastly different this year than any other, we’re confident people will be excited to celebrate in whatever capacity they can.
September 8, 2020
Visual communication is a powerful tool to interact more effectively in digital arenas. Words on a screen lack non-verbal cues such as emotion, empathy, and gestures (body language) that are present when you talk face-to-face. Visuals help to fill those gaps and convey your message in a more concrete way.
August 25, 2020
One of our four guiding principles in diversity, inclusion and belonging at Holler is “We believe in order to foster empathy and understanding, we need to provide education and a safe space for conversations around diversity, inclusion, and belonging.”
August 20, 2020
It’s an unusual year for several reasons, but the holiday season will hopefully bring a sense of renewal and reprieve after a tough start to the new decade.
August 12, 2020