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Welcome to the Coalmarch blog, where we write about website design, programming, Drupal, Adobe Photoshop, how not to get run over by a downtown Raleigh bus, and much, much more.

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September 18, 2015
Filed under: Just for Fun

As a college student (GO PACK!), I am constantly reminded of how important internship experience is for post-graduation. So, one day I did some research and found a marketing agency in downtown Raleigh that was looking for a Marketing Intern. I decided to apply and after two rounds of interviews, I received the great news that I got the job! I... read more

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September 16, 2015
Filed under: Website Design and Development, Administration & Management

If somehow you missed one of our previous posts that explained what HUPPSA means and why it’s important to us, here’s a quick refresher: H: Helpful U: Upstanding P: Passionate P: Positive S: Smart A: Authentic These are our core values as a company, and the inspiration for this post is the S - Smart. Being smart means we need to keep... read more

Rachel Betterbid Marketing Coordinator
Inbound Specialist
Rachel Betterbid

August 14, 2015
Filed under: Online Marketing, Administration & Management

Here at Coalmarch, there’s no such thing as a “slow week.” With over 50 current clients and only 20 employees, it’s safe to say there’s a lot of work to get done in any given week. At times, this can be overwhelming, but for the most part it just keeps things interesting – for me anyhow. With so many clients to keep track of (and let’s be real –... read more

Inbound Specialist
Teryn-Elizabeth Means

August 10, 2015
Filed under: Latest News, Online Marketing

Whether you’re a content strategist, inbound specialist, user experience designer, or some combination of the three, you have a hand in making changes to your clients’ websites. This means you play a part in affecting the conversion rate of those same sites.  So with this many people producing content, making changes to messaging, and... read more

Managing Director
Jason Stanley

August 7, 2015
Filed under: Latest News, Just for Fun

It all started when I was in sixth grade. I started a business selling my drawings to my classmates. A dime would get you a pretty good drawing, a quarter an even better one. But a dollar would get you a sixth grade work of art. We had the kind of desks that were a single unit with cubby storage under the seat- I kept my earnings in a jar there.... read more


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