#SMTulsa Summit was a #blast !

Hello fellow denizens! It’s me, Stephanie aka @Glam__Slam and I’m back! I wanted to share with you all the wonderful time I had at our recent  first official #SMTulsa Summit meetup at @TulsaTech.  Denizens gathered  to learn from our presenters who came to share their experiences and expertise on the power of social media, effective ways to use social media to promote your business, tips on social media networking and much...

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The Face of Homelessness

Mike and his 6 year-old daughter Taylor live in a homeless shelter in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Mike was hurt at work and without income they lost everything. Although I was there, I still teared up watching the video. A 6 & 1/2 year old girl with only one wish is heart breaking. I am thankful to Tulsa’s Salvation Army Center of Hope for having services for a single dad. I pray that Mike can find work and that he and Taylor will get...

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#SMTulsa Social Media Summit 2011 – Recap
Oct21

#SMTulsa Social Media Summit 2011 – Recap

Social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, Foursquare, and Google Plus have forever changed the way we communicate, connect, and consume information. Social Media Tulsa, the area’s most active social media group, has rapidly become the place for thought leaders and newbies alike to share social media’s best practices while going beyond the technology. Homeless Advocate, Mark Horvath joined the lineup to to...

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#GASupTweetup @MurphyUSA With Homeless Advocate @HardlyNormal
Oct19

#GASupTweetup @MurphyUSA With Homeless Advocate @HardlyNormal

Hey Tulsa Tweeps! Here is your opportunity to meet Mark Horvath aka @HardlyNormal and help with his efforts to end homlessness. #GAsupTweetup on your lunch hour. 12-1PM We’re asking Tweeps to bring hats, gloves, scarves, jackets, soap,deodorant.   New, dollar store, or slightly used! The donated items will be provided to Tulsa’s Changing Lives Outreach Ministry. (Recently profiled on News on 6) Murphy USA is one of the...

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#SMTulsa Welcomes Homeless Advocate Mark Horvath  @HardlyNormal
Oct17

#SMTulsa Welcomes Homeless Advocate Mark Horvath @HardlyNormal

The InvisiblePeople.tv project – the nationally-recognized nonprofit that tackles poverty and homelessness using the power of social media – is set to launch its first international road trip. Mark Horvath, homeless advocate, creator of InvisiblePeople.tv and “one of the top activists to follow on Twitter” according to Huffington Post, will make his way across the U.S. and Canada over the next four months to raise...

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