3-Emoji Review for Secrets Of The City

Posted on: 08/07/15

It was meant to be. When Secrets Of The City published the first-ever 3 Emoji Review, it immediately caught our attention. 

EmojiSo we called our friend Taylor, the producer of Secrets of the City (which, by the way, SOTC is a daily digest of Twin Cities culture, featuring the best events of the day. You should sign-up. Like right meow.). After 3 seconds of deliberation, we decided to tag team the effort. The 3 Emoji Review is a weekly roundup of the local social scene with some social media trends sprinkled in. And with that, we’re pleased to present our very first 3 Emoji Review for Secrets Of The City:

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Minnesota Business Features Young Entrepreneurs (Oh hey, that’s us!)

Doomtree CEO and businesswoman Dessa is featured on the cover of the August issue of Minnesota Business along with a handful of local entrepreneurs (age 35 and younger) highlighted throughout the magazine. From light-up drums to homemade nut butters; social media marketing to event planning; these are the next generation of business owners that are working to keep our economy on the up and up. We’re proud to be featured among good company in the issue and also want to give a special shoutout to familiar faces and friends that made the list:

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Zombie Pub Crawl To Announce 2015 Artist Lineup

October 17th marks the 11th anniversary of the Zombie Pub Crawl (#client) descending upon Minneapolis. Last year, it successfully secured the Guinness World Record (remember?). This year will be no different. Thousands upon thousands of undead souls will partake in the world’s first and largest festival of the of crawling, partying undead. Word on the street is that the lineup announcement will drop today on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Get on those tickets, because we know the event sells out every year and prices only go up from here…

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Target Launches Beacon Test in 50 Stores

Target-ed marketing is here. Target has started testing beacons in 50 stores, including Minneapolis, with a national rollout expected by the end of the year. Beacon technology will allow them to send you notifications if you “opt in” to share your location in their app. That means you’ll start getting special deals and push notifications while you’re shopping in the store – 2 max per trip, for now. Read the full story on TechCrunch.

Don’t forget to show some love to our friends at Secrets Of The City and sign-up to receive their daily digest of Twin Cities culture. Until next week bbs…

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-Emily

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