Archive for the ‘Skalfa’ tag
Some people still believe it’s possible to fool everybody by posting fake product reviews in forums. I felt I should write an answer.
Check out my BMW network. Cute for a 12-minute creation, huh?
I compiled a short video of Skalfa 3 year anniversary celebration. Sorry for poor quality and the lack of material. My battery died very quickly and the lighting was poor.
We had a good time there and I had fun making this video.
Finally it got settled down with Feedburner. This service actually delivers new posts to email. This easy task didn’t seem to be executed by previously tried services.
Except for that feedburner also provides an overwhelming bunch of useful functionality like embedding interaction in feeds, gathering subscribers statistics, inserting subscribe links and such.
The only thing I slightly dislike is that Feedsmith plugin puts feedburner’s links in the feed to redirect to actual posts. This is probably to count statistics, and I see it as necessary evil.
Thumbs up, Feedburner. Google knew what it did when they acquired the service. Finally, Skalfa blog is equipped with what it needs for a more serious customer communication approach and all product blogs integration.
Finally we have the new logo. Lately we’ve been working on the new design approach, it resulted in skalfa.com relaunch. But we haven’t come up with new logo though, until this day. It comes in different colors depending on the context:
Our CTO instantly labeled it as “dark sunrise”, which I found very true given what’s being worked on deep in Skalfa rooms, and what’s being prepared to roll out to the market.
Our old slogan “Limits Up” is back, too. For good.
Finally! It was a long road…
Recently we posted an invitation for development companies to outsource some portion of custom programming for SkaDate.
A couple of days ago I was reviewing the new email and a letter that caught my attention was with “Development team’s response” subject. Since we received several inquiries from small and middle size companies, I’ve prepared to review what they got and for 10 or 15 seconds I was asking myself why I didn’t see any sensible content in the email. It took me that long to understand that it was a poorly crafted spam email that only got the subject right. Too right, I say – that was a piece of email spam that really caught me.