Posts Tagged ‘social’

New Mobile App KOJAMI Improves Social Life

Some like to call me a social butterfly but for anyone who knows me well knows working the DC scene is just that- work. Whether I’m hosting an event or covering it time and information gathering isso valuable. I am a big fan of anything that eases the process of getting somewhere and tracking down all the vitals of the event. That’s why I’m so excited about the launch of a new mobile app called KOJAMI. This app created by Keadworks helps you find any type of event just by using your phone. You can purchase tickets, rsvp, navigate, share pics and video all in one spot. I’m convinced it’s gonna change how DC does the scene.

MORE: Keadworks advice on Social Media Marketing

KOJAMI is the new app out from Keadworks. One of Keadworks’ clients Becky’s Fund has had great success trying out the app. Look for other area businesses like O’Neill Studios, Jamachi Plastic Surgery and Med Spa and personalities like DJ Neekola to be using it more.

On a personal note… I have had great success with Keadworks. They custom made my site exactly how I wanted it and are always available when I have questions or want to make changes. Feel free to call Keadworks with any web,marketing or social media marketing questions. Their free sessions come with refreshments at their new Downtown Silver Spring Office.

Access Washington: Faces & Places of 2010

Thanks to Janet Donovan for this amazing compilation of candids that sum up a year of celebrity, politicos and media heads making buzz in Washington this past year!

 

WL's Young & Guest List Cover Unveiled

Andrew McKenna (McKenna & Associates) and Greta Brawner (C-Span) grace the cover of Washington Life’s February issue featuring the 2010 Young & the Guest List.  YGL is chosen by a committee of prominent Washingtonians.. naming 200 of the area’s top innovators under the age of 40. Read more at washingtonlife.com

Washington Life February 2010

OMG makes Politico's "Leaders of the Pack"

Politico

Politico’s  Kiki Ryan and Patrick Gavin present 10 Washington women who are working aggressively to position themselves within D.C.’s interlocked social and professional spheres… Read More

Of course OMG has to plug it.. can’t let the theme of the article down, right?!?

So go ahead read on… about our pals Pamela Sorensen, Kate Michael, Katherine Kennedy, Amanda Polk, Andrea Rodgers, Kelly Ann Collilns and more. Oh.. and don’t forget to RSVP for our next great fashion event… Katherine and I are on the host committee for Mary Amon’s Modus Union 2010. A charity fashion show where designer Lela Rose will present her Spring 2010 collection. RSVP today. Space is limited.. more info at Labels for Love

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