Small business spotlight: Tell your business story on Pinterest

Originally published on Pinterest for Business on October 28, 2014 By Vivian Chow. Pinterest is a place where you can be known for what you do. We want businesses to stand out and help Pinners be more creative everyday. Establish your presence by creating boards that reflect your business values. Boards …

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Rachel-Anne Palacios

Oakland native Rachel-Anne Palacios is a self-taught, multicultural artist who far exceeds the multidimensional horizons of her creativity. Each of her colorful art, craft and accessory pieces exudes a gentle yet provocative reflection of who she is—a woman full of light, joy, gratitude and grace. There’s an ancient yet contemporary …

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Jill Blechschmidt

My parents moved our family to Vacaville back in 1975. We moved into a brand new home in Vacaville’s newest development, Dietz-Krane’s Fruitvale Manor. Across the street from our house were almond orchards as far as the eye could see. In choosing to live in Vacaville, my parents’ primary concerns …

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Super Love Tees by Theresa Roth

My name is Theresa Roth. I personally hand silkscreen all of the SuperLoveTees. I have so much fun with it, and feel divinely led to create these inspiring tees and ship them around the World. It’s a lot of hard work, but it feels like play most of the time. …

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Positive Magazine by Tiffany Love

Tiffany Love once wanted to be an engineer and lawyer, but she became a much needed expression of love. Born and raised in California she is the youngest of three girls. Growing up in a family of women wasn’t always easy for the adventurous and rugged girl who refused to …

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Optimist Club brings youth together for Halloween golf

Originally published in the Daily Republic on October 25, 2014 By Amy Maginnis-Honey. Rapunzel made her away to the miniature golf course at Scandia Family Fun Center Friday night. She seemed to have a knack for the game. Applying just enough of a gentle touch to get the ball close to …

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NOAH MAZÉ

Every once in awhile you encounter a yoga instructor whose teachings are so magical, your practice is forever transformed. Noah Mazé is one such teacher. For years Noah has been recognized as among the most advanced of yoga practitioners and an accomplished teacher of yoga teachers. Today, with his ever-evolving …

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Case study: How Hearst uses Pinterest to boost readership

Originally published on Pinterest for Business on October 23, 2014. SUCCESS STORY Hearst Hearst Magazines Digital Media (HMDM) leads digital strategy for 18 digital properties, including Cosmopolitan and Harper’s Bazaar, with a combined 100M monthly unique visitors across all websites. They use Pinterest to learn what inspires their readers and …

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Morris A. Curry,Jr.

In 1951, The Community Baptist Church of Santa Rosa, California, had the distinction of being the first congregation of African-American Decent to accept affiliation with the Southern Baptist Convention of America. In 1985 under the leadership of Rev. James E. Coffee, Community Baptist Church of Santa Rosa, in keeping with …

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Holiday Inn Hotels present Casey Gerald

Casey Gerald started MBA’s Across America which recruits teams of MBA’s from top business schools and they dedicate their Summer to spending six weeks in six cities working with an entrepreneur in each city. MBA’s Across America work with visionary entrepreneurs who create new jobs in their cities and make a …

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