Constant Contact is an email marketing application that lets you create effective email marketing and other online marketing campaigns to meet your business goals.
FuseDesk is your Help Desk and Messaging Platform for small business. Create and manage support tickets, projects, cases, and sales, all in one place.FuseDesk Integrations
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Triggers when a new contact is created.
Triggers when a recipient open an email for specified campaign.
Triggers when a new list is created.
Triggers when a new case is created in FuseDesk
Creates a contact
Creates a new contact and updates an existing contact.
Delete a contact.
Updates a contact.
Created a new Case in FuseDesk
Example 2. Writing the first draft. This should be done in one sitting, or at least within a single day. You should try to complete your first draft as quickly as possible. Do not let yourself get distracted by phone calls, text messages, email, Facebook, Twitter, etc. It’s best to write without distractions, but if you can’t resist the temptation for some reason then at least try to separate yourself from the Internet. Don’t check your email or Facebook or Twitter until you are completely finished with that day’s writing. At least make it to the next day before checking your email or Facebook or Twitter.
Unless you’re an experienced writer who is used to writing every day, it’s likely that you will run into writers block. Some writers block is normal. It’s just part of the process. If it happens, simply take a break for 15 minutes or so. Go for a walk, take a shower, exercise, eat, watch TV, play video games, anything that gets your mind off your writing. Then come back to it later when you are refreshed. If you are having problems spving writer’s block check out my post on how to overcome writer’s block.
Once you have completed your first draft log out of all distractions and start editing your work. Don’t worry about grammar, spelling, etc. for now. Just read through your article and log any changes that you need to make. Write down things that you need to expand upon or edit out or improve upon. Don’t worry about making changes for now. Simply write down the changes that you need to make in order to improve your article. For example, you might note that you are unclear about what exactly “Constant Contact” does or what “FuseDesk” does. You might note that you made incorrect statements or repeated yourself or used poor wording. Whatever it is, write down the areas that need improvement and move onto the next section.
Now make your changes. Read through your article and change all of those things that you noted earlier on. Make sure that every sentence is as clear as possible and that every claim is as well supported as possible. Once you have made those changes go back and read through the article again looking for new errors and improvements that need to be made. Repeat this process as many times as necessary until you are satisfied with the quality of your article. This might take several revisions and even several days of work before you feel ready to submit your article to TurnItIn and receive feedback.
Example 3. Writing the second draft and receiving feedback from TurnItIn and peers. This process is very similar to the first draft outline/draft/edit/edit cycle of revision outlined above except that now you will be receiving feedback from TurnItIn and from your peers rather than just trying to figure out what works on your own. You should still start this process by creating an outline for your article and writing the first draft using that outline as described above. Once you have written your first draft and edited it as described above then log into TurnItIn and submit it for plagiarism checker review (if your instructor requires this. Be sure to fplow all instructions carefully and double check everything before submitting (you don’t want to accidentally submit a paper from another class or from a previous semester. Once TurnItIn has analyzed your paper send it back to yourself as an attachment in an email so that you can access the report from within TurnItIn itself rather than having to keep track of a hard copy somewhere else.
Once TurnItIn has finished analyzing your paper go back over it again looking for things that were brought up in the report from TurnItIn. Try to fix these problems with your article. Then repeat this comparison between what TurnItIn found and what you think needs fixing a few more times until you are confident that there are no problems with your article left unrespved by TurnItIn or by you or by both TurnItIn and by you. At this point it is time to contact your peers for feedback on your article. In order to find people who can give you effective feedback on your article ask the fplowing questions. Who do I know who knows something about this topic Who do I know who writes well Who do I know who I trust to give me good feedback on this article Then contact those people and give them a link to your draft paper along with a short summary of what exactly they are supposed to look for when they give feedback on the paper (make sure they understand this before giving them any detailed instructions. Once they have finished reading through your article make sure that they understand exactly how to give effective feedback on the paper (i.e., what they should be looking out for specifically. If they don’t understand how to give good feedback ask them what they think would make them more effective at giving feedback on the paper or ask them what questions they have before giving them instructions again (this might mean sending them an email with instructions then calling them on the phone afterwards. If they still don’t get it after talking with them then ask someone else to give feedback on the paper instead. If no one understands how to give good feedback on the paper then ask someone else because no one will be able to provide useful feedback if they don’t understand how to do so effectively.
Once you have received feedback from all of your peers read through their comments carefully and compare them together with the suggestions from TurnItIn in order to determine which suggestions are most helpful for improving your article before making any edits based upon that feedback. Once you have made those edits go back through the entire process again repeating the steps outlined above until you are satisfied with how your final product looks before submitting it for official evaluation grades.
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