CINCINNATI - On the night of the Feb. 4 ice storm, an Anderson Township woman's bulldog slipped beneath the fence of her home and got out into the harsh conditions.
“She sent me a picture of her dog, and asked me to get the word out,” Harsfield explained, adding the correspondence occurred through both email and Twitter.
“I posted it on Facebook and I posted it on Twitter, and noticed the reach was 14,000,” Harshfield said. “That’s when I realized (social media presence) is getting serious."
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