The one where Bilal gets quoted in The Washington Post.
As a social media & PR agency built around creating authentic stories, no stories are more important to us than the stories people create to support others. And that’s exactly what we found when we attended Wonder Women Tech (WWT), a fantastic two-day conference built around supporting women in science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM).
This month's featured interview is up!
In our latest installment of "7 Questions with..."—where we highlight someone we think is cool, fun and inspiring in the hopes of picking up a few pieces of wisdom from his or her life journey—we meet Sylvia Vaquer, Creative Director and Co-Founder of SocioFabrica.
Earlier this month, we worked with one of our clients to produce a sold-out event as part of San Francisco Design Week. Titled (Designing) Women in Charge: A Conversation Around Leadership, Diversity & Design, the panel and cocktail event featured 5 successful women who are leading the charge. And here, we highlight an inspiring quote from each panelist.
We'd like to introduce something new.
It's a monthly series called "7 Questions with..." where we'll highlight someone we think is cool, fun and inspiring in the hopes of picking up a few pieces of wisdom from his or her life journey. Let us know what you think in the comments, and if have a recommendation for a future interview, drop us a line!
First up: 7 Questions with Rachel Brown, West Coast Beauty Editor at Women's Wear Daily.
Oftentimes in the social media world, especially when it comes to tech developments or new launches, we tend to act first and think later. To help provide an alternative perspective, we thought it would be interesting to look at any significant launches a couple weeks after the news broke.
In this blog post, we look at 2 recent developments from 2 key social media platforms—and what those changes mean for marketers.
Our last blog post on ideas for better visuals on social media received fantastic feedback—and lots of questions around imagery, colors and branding. So we decided to dive a little deeper and answer your most pressing questions.
J/k. This is not the Gray Lady and it certainly isn't Buzzfeed or HuffPo or Gawker or any other high-traffic site we look to in awe.
We’re Agency Guacamole, a boutique social media and PR agency here in Southern California, and this is our little place on the internet.
This is the first post on our shiny new blog and we’d like to use this forum to share projects, cool ideas and miscellaneous updates we think you’ll enjoy.
We plan to post something here about once a week, and hope you’ll sign up for our newsletter or come back periodically to see what we’re up to.
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