Category Archives: Offbeat

Hannah Montana

I’m Scared to Click on Any Stories about Miley Cyrus

To most, I’m what you would consider to be a prude. That wasn’t always the case; perhaps a combination of conservative Christian values and a wonderfully conservative wife changed my mind. Then again, it could be fatherhood, which is the main reason people like Miley

Sockpuppets

How Sneaky People Control the Internet

Trolls. Anyone who has been active online long enough, particularly through social media or website comments that make them express their opinions online, have probably been trolled. The question that we all should ask (if we even really care) is whether or not the trolls

New Soshable

The Newer New Soshable

Back in May, I announced that I was diversifying Soshable. Something was brewing in me and something being lost at the same time. I believed that I needed to diversify in order to regain my passion. In the course of doing so, I realized that

Diverse Content

Forgive Me for Diversifying Soshable Content

Hello friends, fans, contributors, enemies, unknown folks, and alpacas. After seven awesome years of focusing on social media pretty much solely, we’ve decided to expand the scope, posting frequency, and style of this site to include “important” news. While we’ll still be posting plenty about

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Is “Megafoot” Crowdsourcing’s New Craze?

If there is anything that can be said about nostalgia, it’s that its power is unlike anything else. It’s easy for anyone over a certain age to feel it, whether it’s due to hearing a song from his or her childhood mixed tape or recalling

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How Social Media Can Serve Your Business

Though most of us use social media as a way to keep up with friends or take photos of what we’re eating, it’s increasing its value and importance in many other fields. Specifically, social media and technology are helping businesses become more productive and do

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5 Business Tools Leveraging the Power of Social

Social business and social media, while two distinct entities and completely non-interchangeable, are similar in that they both aspire to leverage one and the same concept: the power of social engagement and communication. Nowadays, customers demand more open communication and personal relationships with businesses. The