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June 2011

Are You Light Stalking Me?

by Thanh Huynh on June 30, 2011


The saying goes you give credit where credit is due. For example if I write a well written and interesting article you should share it with your friends and family (shameless plug). Just kidding, but not really. Or if your mother cooks a great meal for you should say “Hey mom, thanks for cooking a […]


2 Social Media Tools For Accountability

by Kayla Reuter on June 30, 2011

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Have you ever struggled with doing something that you set your mind to do? Said to yourself today is the day to start on a lifestyle change, then tomorrow you are back to the old ways? Perhaps you set a goal to have a daily quiet time, go on a certain diet, or work out […]


Image-based Social Media Success

by Bradley Bator on June 30, 2011

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Retail businesses are starting to utilize social media tools like Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and among others, but now it’s time to expand your social marketing horizon. Don’t get me wrong, they do work, but sometimes the most useful tools are the one you’re already using, you just need to tweak them a bit. Image-based social […]

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RocketHub: Launching Your Musical Career

by Alex Elert on June 30, 2011

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Getting started in the music industry takes a large amount of time, dedication and financial investment.  While the first two may be difficult to maintain on a consistent basis, financial investment is easily the most challenging piece of the puzzle to complete.  Financial investment is also one of the most crucial and influential factors in […]

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On June 25th, a fugitive, Jason Valdez, took a hostage and locked himself in a hotel room after police had spotted him. The police shut down his cell service, but didn’t realize they couldn’t block his data service. The man started discussing the negotiations of police activity on Facebook. He talked to his friends and […]


Staying In The Concert Loop With SongKick

by Alex Elert on June 29, 2011

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Have you ever missed out on a concert in your area because you had not heard of it beforehand? Or heard about a concert months after its announcement only to find that the tickets are all sold out? I have found myself in those situations all to often until a friend told me about SongKick. […]


Best Free Blogging Platform For Your Retail Business

by Bradley Bator on June 29, 2011

In the retail business, blogging is one of the best ways to efficiently reach your target audience. You’ve either decided to take the plunge and start blogging on your website, or are using your current platform, but are looking for an upgrade. You’ve come to the right place. We’ll break down the three top free […]


Who Ordered The Photogram?!

by Thanh Huynh on June 29, 2011


In case you missed it, there is yet another photo sharing app. Who’s pumped? Yeah, me neither. It’s like saying who excited about tax season? My accounting major roommate did not find that a bit funny. Anyways, I was on a stroll around Green Lake with a couple buddies of mine and one of them […]


Even Garage Sales Are Now Taking Square

by Bradley Bator on June 28, 2011

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Since I’m always on the hunt for good deals, I naturally follow those homemade ‘G-Sale’ signs like a hamster in a maze on Saturday mornings. My routine starts by stopping by the local cafe and purchasing my favorite mixed coffee drink, which I pay with my credit card. The universal currency for garage sales is […]


Social Media: Connecting The Traveling Believer

by Kayla Reuter on June 28, 2011

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Does your job require you to move often? Military members, government workers, journalists… the list goes on and on. Unlike the majority, these people do not have the opportunity to become fully rooted in a community. They must change communities every time they move. It becomes difficult to feel close to a community and grow […]

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Have you ever been to a concert and heard a song but you didn’t know the name of it?  Or missed a concert and wondered what songs you missed your favorite band play?  Well wonder no more, for is here to save the day! is an online music wiki site that allows its […]


Social Media Vocabulary: Pandora Edition

by Mitchell Cuevas on June 28, 2011

Well, its Tuesday, it’s time for social media vocabulary with Salty Waffle and since I’m going to go see the Avatar exhibit at the EMP, this social media vocabulary article is taking a trip to Pandora too! 1. Avatar: Not exactly like in the movie, but sort of. An avatar is a name or image that represents […]


3 Inexpensive Ways To Market Your Business

June 27, 2011

No matter which industry you’re in, it’s never to late to start benefiting by marketing in the cost-effective arena of social media. It can be an inexpensive way to reach your targeted audiences quickly and efficiently. Since most accounts are free to set up, consumers are on many different sites, giving you more than one […]

Social Media: Bringing People Together For Freedom

June 27, 2011
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Social media is a great tool for rallying people together for a common cause. On July 4, 1776, we claimed our independence from Britain. America became known as the “land of the free and the home of the brave.” Next Monday, the fourth of July, is a great day to give back and free others […]

Getting A “Kickstart” On Your Music Projects

June 27, 2011
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The entertainment industry is a very tough and cut-throat industry to make it in.  In order to make it in the music industry it often comes down to survival of the fittest.  Gaining profits out of the music business can be an ever more challenging task that requires time and money.  Kickstarter is an online […]

Chantal Andrea: The Beauty of the Moment

June 27, 2011

As a kid, I never liked my picture being taken. It must be the fact that my dad would always micro manage the moment. “A little to the left”, “nope, too much”, “kneel down a tad”, “stand up tall”. Let’s not forget the whole timing my blink thing so the camera doesn’t capture snoozing Thanh. […]

Social Hiking: Live Blog The Forest

June 26, 2011

Location based social networks make sense in the city, there are lots of places to check-in to, deals to find, and people to connect with. It just doesn’t make sense in the wilderness. Right? Wrong. There are awesome people and places out there in nature too! (Especially if you live in the beautiful Northwest.) A […]