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Hi Clive,

Thanks so much for posting such a comprehensive review of our mobile app. We're happy to hear that you enjoy using it and that it meets your needs. Thanks again for the feedback - we always appreciate hearing from our customers!

Cheers,

Zoe Geddes-Soltess

Community Engagement, Salesforce Marketing Cloud

2 years, 1 month ago on Radian6 Engagement Goes Mobile | Social Media Jedi Blog

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Thanks so much for sharing the Sorkinisms Supercut.  I watched the first few minutes and had a good chuckle.  I'm saving the rest of it for later. Have a great weekend, Gini!

2 years, 5 months ago on Gin and Topics: Talking Animals and Sexy Farm Boys

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Thanks for this! What a great example of how brands and retailers can work together to engage consumers and support their communties at the local level. I love how they combined in-store marketing with social to reach their customers and raise awareness. Well done!

 

Cheers,

Zoe Geddes-Soltess

Community Engagement, Radian6

2 years, 7 months ago on Social Media Case Study: Walmart’s Fight Hunger Contest

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 @MelanieAThomp My definition of "pretty" has definitely changed over time and with experience. As little girls, I'm sure we all felt that being told that we LOOKED pretty was the greatest compliment we could receive:) But now I would much rather hear that I AM beautiful. While I consider the term "beauty" more meaningful, I have an appreciation for both qualities and think they speak to each of us and inspire us on a personal level.

2 years, 8 months ago on Why is Pretty So Important?

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Great post, Mel! For me, "pretty" is a superficial term that usually refers to something or someone's physical appearance, e.g. "That dress is so pretty", "Oh, your hair looks so pretty!". However, if we switch out "pretty" with "beauty", that puts things in a whole new context. "Beauty" implies something more whole, encompassing both the tangible and intangible. We see the people we love as beautiful, not only for their outward appearance, but because of the soul underneath. We appreciate a sunset not only because it is nice to look at but because, in that moment, we feel a connection with nature and the world around us. While there's nothing wrong with appreciating things for their aesthetic value (I'm as much a fan of pretty things as the next girl), I think it's important to look beyond the superficial when it comes to how we make judgements about ourselves and others.

2 years, 8 months ago on Why is Pretty So Important?

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