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Seattle’s Social Media Stars

Meet the locals who know how to network

By Seattle Mag May 17, 2016

A collage of pictures of a woman and her family.

This article originally appeared in the May 2016 issue of Seattle magazine.

From Twitter addicts who know Seattle’s scene inside out to Instagrammers who share their artistic views of all the best things about this city, we’ve rounded up the local social media personalities who we think you’ll want to discover.

Want to give a shout out for your favorite local media personalities? Share with us on Facebook or Twitter.

Social media is more than a past-time for north Seattle Judy Travis. It’s made her a star – and a very wealthy woman.

Gorgeous interiors, impeccable fashion sense…get ready to feel inspired (or just downright jealous).

Sharing the city’s ins and outs in 140 characters or less.

What is it with Seattleites and their photogenic French Bulldogs?

From adventurous home cooks to rising stars, these locals’ feeds will have your mouth watering.

Who to follow to feed your soul.

Because ultimately, isn’t that what the internet is for anyway?


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