Joy Herbers writes, edits, publishes, and maintains content related to corporate communications, marketing, and billing. She also leads the company’s content strategy initiatives. Before teaming with E Source, she worked as an editor and copywriter at a business-to-business (B2B) marketing firm whose clients included IBM, SAP, and Cisco. Joy holds a BA in English with a minor in French from the University of California at Davis.

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Storytelling Tips from the Experts

Jessica Bailis, Joy Herbers
July 12, 2019

How do you identify, plan, deliver, manage, and measure the success of your website content? Southern California Edison's Caroline Aoyagi-Stom and Content Strategy Inc.'s Blaine Kyllo gave utility members some easy-to-implement advice at the 2018 E Source Forum. Watch video excerpts of their wisdom.

Forum Video: SaskPower's Winning Combo of Analog and Digital Marketing

Joy Herbers
February 26, 2019

At the 2017 E Source Forum, Todd Lazurca, manager of communication services at SaskPower, talked about blending analog and digital content to create experiences for customers. Watch a video excerpt of Lazurca's Forum session to learn more about the utility's successful safety campaigns.

Using Journey Analytics to Create Utility-wide Efficiencies

Joy Herbers
April 26, 2018

In this video excerpt, Lauren Smith, executive VP at ClickFox, talks about how to analyze customer journeys so you can learn where they succeed and where they fail. You can then apply that intelligence to use cases across the utility to gain efficiencies and improve the customer experience.

Ho Ho Whoa! LED Holiday Lights Save How Much Energy?

Joy Herbers
December 12, 2017

LED holiday lights are more expensive than incandescents at the time of purchase, but they're big money savers in the long run because they consume less energy. Whether your customers have modest light installations or major laser shows, they'll see savings on their energy bills if they use LEDs.

Five Steps to Crafting an Apology That Builds Customer Loyalty

Joy Herbers
May 2, 2017

Most corporate apologies are insincere, noncommittal, and so scrubbed by marketers and lawyers that you can’t tell who’s apologizing for what. There is, however, a right way to mend fences with your customers, win back their trust, and turn them into brand loyalists.