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July 05, 2012 | Alyssa Greve: Relationship Building at Events through Social Media
After attending a few marketing events this past month, I have found that it can be easy to meet new people, but hard to remember everyone’s names. When I walk into an event and I don’t know anyone, I like to try to take a seat next to someone new and strike up a conversation. As someone who enjoys getting to know people, I often ask them where they are from and what they do. This helps me to not only learn more about them, but to relate to them and share about myself as well.
June 29, 2012 | Alyssa Greve: The Future of Social Media and Business
The cycle of social media has been quite funny to me. First, we have personal accounts, then business pages and new networks that launch every other day. It’s a fast pace world without any hard core rules. Now that there are social media experts, strategists and influencers in the space, we have people to look to for guidance. However, what is the next thing for social media? Where will this world take us?
June 09, 2012 | Rob Burke: Ten industry terms that sound dull, dangerous, delicious or delightful
In every industry there spawns an eclectic variety of terms and definitions that only those in that industry understand and relate to. For the Studios department, we put together a top ten of the most interesting terms we use regularly.
May 13, 2012 | Rob Burke: Behind The Scenes – Timelapse Product Shoot
As part of the Doosan shoot in Tucson (yeah, it’s fun to say) we shot two product timelapse’s of Doosan’s excavator and dump truck. With perfect weather and perfect stars, the desert was a perfect place to pull it off
May 09, 2012 | Alyssa Greve: Listening then acting in Real Time
The importance of Social Media Listening is nothing new. However, it’s important not to forget how to listen and turn what you’re listening to into action. For the basics of social media listening, please refer to this post. In this blog today, I want to talk about how to use that information you gain from listening.
March 27, 2012 | Alyssa Greve: Importance to Engage in Real Time
Towards the end of February, Sundog held an event at the Plains Art Museum called Social.Mobile.Cloud. Sponsored by Sanford Health, Sundog partnered with Salesforce and Google who brought representatives to speak at the afternoon gathering.
March 26, 2012 | Danielle Naboulsi: Live Blog: Best Company To Work For, Part 2
Sundog was just named one of Ad Age’s Best Places To Work for the second year in a row! Follow along as I live blog the day’s events.
March 26, 2012 | Brent Teiken: Getting Culture Right
Hundreds of books and thousands of articles are written about corporate culture – from how to define it, design it and improve it, to how to survive it, change it and lead it. Culture is a tricky thing, and when it starts to go bad in the eyes of the employee(s), something like this can happen.
But other companies like Google, Facebook and Zappos continually redefine the idea of office, work and career. They’re getting culture right. In fact, Zappos is so dedicated to its culture and core purpose of “Delivering Happiness” that the company has a bus tour and website to promote it.
March 21, 2012 | Alyssa Greve: What Social Media can do for a Business
After analyzing, demoing and listening to reps for multiple social listening tools, Radian6 has been our choice for social listening and engaging for the past year and a half. I have worked in the tool for multiple clients and using it more towards its full potential each day.
February 23, 2012 | Danielle Naboulsi: Live Blog: The Social Mobile Cloud Event
Get a play-by-play of the 2012 Social Mobile Cloud Event with presentations from Sundog, Salesforce and Google representatives.
December 28, 2011 | Craig Isakson: How Incredible Is Your Incredible: Part Three of the SS Sundog Journey
Now that I had a fully functioning, and maybe the first of its kind, weather balloon tracking/photo-taking app, I was ready to send it off. I figured I better clear it with my boss to make sure it was all right to send my phone off into space. I am not sure if he quite believed what I was going to do but he was on board saying something along the lines of “You break it, you bought it.” With that green light, I ordered a 300-gram weather balloon off eBay and a 24” nylon parachute from Amazon.com. I used a piece of left over 1-1/2” Styrofoam insulation, some Plexiglas and zip-ties to build a box to house the phone. I sandwiched the phone in between two pieces of the insulation and cut out a hole for the camera to be able to take pictures.
December 27, 2011 | Craig Isakson: How Incredible Is Your Incredible: Part Two of the SS Sundog Journey
Having already built a number of Android applications, the process was familiar to me. But I did need to research using the GPS, camera, sending SMS messages, and creating a background service to run everything. The biggest obstacles were determining the best way to create and handle the loops that had to occur and getting the camera to work inside a service.