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  • Blog #10: Pepsi Falls Flat


    I’m sure you’ve heard about Pepsi’s big fat mistake last week. The Kendall Jenner ad, meant to appeal to millennials, was all sorts of wrong and Pepsi completely missed the mark. With tweets stating “Pepsi ended Black Lives Matter and police can now go home!” sarcastically teasing the soda brand, everyone had something to say […]

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  • Blog #8: When Social Media and Politics Collide


    Whether you find yourself to be a political person or not, you can’t ignore the fact that the political climate has seeped its way into every social media platform imaginable. From Sean Spicer memes on Facebook to Snoop Dog and Trump’s rampant Twitter quarrel, it seems like Washington D.C. is always on our homepage. #boycottHawaii […]

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  • Blog #7: SXSW’s Influence


    South by Southwest, or SXSW as it is informally acronymed, is named by Wikipedia as the “annual conglomerate of film, interactive media, and music festivals and conferences that take place in mid-March in Austin, Texas, United States.” What Wikipedia doesn’t tell you though? It’s the place to be if you are anyone with anything to […]

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  • Blog #6: The New Pinterest Shazam


    In this digital age, the way to stay “on top” is with tips and tricks better than your competitors. So, Pinterest has pulled out all the stops with their new features that they recently released. With a ‘Shazam for products’ concept, Pinterest users can take a picture of something (clothes, a kitchen table, a pair […]