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Point #63: Making Piercing Viral – Social Media Dos & Don’ts

By Julie Taylor and April Berardi, with support from the Outreach Committee To find out how piercers can use social media effectively, we interviewed several social media savvy piercers—April Berard from Born this Way Body Arts, A.J. Goldman from 12 […]

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Point #62: Making Safe Piercing Viral — Part Three

By Julie Taylor and April Berardi, with support from the Outreach Committee To find out how piercers can use social media effectively, we

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Point #61: Making Safe Piercing Viral – Part Two

By April Berardi and Julie Taylor, with support from the Outreach Committee Most piercers spend a portion of their day monitoring and updating their social media accounts. In issue

Point #60: Making Safe Piercing Viral – Part One

By Julie Taylor and April Berardi, with support from the Outreach Committee Most piercers spend at least a portion of their day monitoring and updating their social media

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Point #60: Social Media for Piercers

By Jef Saunders As moderator for one of this year’s Conference roundtable discussions, my focus was on a topic that fascinates me: social media. We’ve all seen examples

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Point #60: Internet Posting Etiquette

By Bethra Szumski Without question, the Internet—social networking in particular—is changing the way that people interact. It brings people closer by creating more convenient communication between friends, family

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