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Seattle PR Pros Shed Light on Blogging Best Practices

They may not call themselves social media experts, but the panelists at this week’s PRSA Puget Sound event are about as close as you can get. The wine and cheese social “Blogging in the Public Interest” featured event panelists Matt Rosenberg, executive director of Public Eye Northwest, Katie McCarthy, senior media relations consultant for Group […]

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WS Seattle @goarmy Team Talks Social Media at Annual Milblog Conference

As trade shows like SxSW and Blogworld continue to grow in popularity, so do niche events that target individual groups of bloggers. The annual Milblog Conference is such an example. Heralded as the “largest formal event geared specifically for the military blogging community,” the sixth edition held recently in Washington, D.C. included more than 200 […]

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Why We Made It Rain – PATH Breakfast for Global Health

Yesterday, at PATH’s annual Breakfast for Global Health, the sound of rain was sweet as the St. Joseph Middle School Choir led hundreds of participants in a self-made rainstorm.  From a soft patter to a rising clamor, the “rain” actually came from a rubbing of palms, the snapping of fingers and slapping of hands. Thunder […]

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TweetDeck Officially Joins the Twitter Family. Now What?

So it’s official. TweetDeck is now part of the Twitter family. According to CNN Money, Twitter has closed the deal to buy the popular social media client  for $40 million in cash and stock. This deal follows other notable third-party buys by Twitter that include iPhone app Tweetie and analytics platform Trendly. This move also […]

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Curious About Where Other Hospitals Gain Video Views?

When it comes to online video content, most hospitals are undoubtedly taking advantage of YouTube as a primary channel for video sharing. If a well-branded and content-rich YouTube channel is not part of your social strategy, it’s time to rethink your approach to video marketing. Aside from honing your production skills, a crucial part of […]

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Technology – It's All In the Translation

In the very recent past, the thought of technology marketing brought to mind the technical – the bits, the bytes and the acronym du jour. But really, one of the biggest signs of technology adoption is that we don’t have to think about it anymore: technology simply becomes a part of who we are and […]

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Weber Shandwick Seattle Celebrates Bike to Work Day!

Friday? 70 degrees…AND bike to work day? We couldn’t ask for much more. Many of our employees capped off a great Bike to Work Week with a sunny ride or walk in this morning. We asked around the office to hear how some enjoyed their fresh air commute. Laura Kiely: I love riding a bike […]

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Social Media Breakfast: SMS or Die

SMS or Die. That was the message conveyed at the most recent Seattle Social Media Breakfast, held in Bellevue, Wash. on May 18, where Derek Johnson, CEO of Tatango, spoke about the various opportunities to incorporate SMS strategies as part of your marketing efforts. As the growth of mobile extensions of social networks like Facebook, […]

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Looking for Community Solutions to Support Veterans

After nearly a decade at war, the less than 1 percent of the U.S. population that serves in the military and their families have borne most of the physical and psychological burden. How can communities help?

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