Jenna Enright

Jenna is a content writer at Stratus Interactive and is currently a graduate student studying for her M.A. in professional writing at Chatham University. She started blogging as an angsty high schooler and wrote and developed a blog as her capstone project for her undergraduate degree in English. Now she gets to do it as a job!

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By Jenna Enright

Lead Generation

Improve Your Lead Conversion With Masterful Storytelling

Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, it was a dark and stormy night…

You know how it goes, because storytelling is universal and timeless. It may also be just the thing to get you heard above the noise of the digital space.

Wait, what's that? It looks like a conflict has emerged. Allow me to break it down for you.

By Jenna Enright

website design and development

6 Web Design Practices That Make Your Website Stink

Let’s face it, we both know why you’re here. You’re here because you’re worried. You’re worried about your website.

And you should be. Your website is your right-hand-man, your front-line fighter, your 24-hour salesman. If your website’s not getting the job done, it may be time for some turnover, or a website redesign.

If your website is not cutting the mustard but you’re not sure why, read on. We’ve compiled a list of 6 too-common web design practices that make your website, to be frank, stink. 

By Jenna Enright

10 Fun and Creative Ways to Say Thanks

First of all, happy Thanksgiving everyone! In honor of the holiday, we’re going to talk today about giving thanks. And nothing says “thanks” better than customer service that goes the extra mile.

It’s a no-brainer that customer service is integral to business growth. Actually, HubSpot proved that customer success does, in fact, equal business success in their report from August 2017, appropriately titled, “Customer Success Feeds Business Success.”

By Jenna Enright

Inbound Marketing Tips

How to Lose Leads in 10 Ways – An Un-Guide

According to HubSpot, lead generation is “the process of attracting and converting strangers and prospects into someone who has indicated interest in you company's product or service.”

By Jenna Enright

Inbound Marketing

How B2C Companies Can Use Memes to Slay the Social Media Game

Memes (pronounced meems) are all the rage with kids and millennials and can be a secret weapon for unparalleled social media success.

Evolutionary biologist, Richard Dawkins, first introduced the word in the 1970’s. It comes from the Greek word, mimema , which means “something imitated.” Dawkins used the word to describe human behaviors that show little or no evolutionary advantage, but still become common in large societies. Singing “Happy Birthday,” for example. He described these behaviors as “mind viruses” because of how these actions and ideas spread quickly from person-to-person.