It seems like just yesterday we were telling you about our favourite Twitter accounts to follow. Though some are still pretty amazing (see: James Blunt), we can’t keep our wandering eyes off Instagram for more than a few hours at...
For business and pleasure, for friends and foes, for networking and creeping, we young professionals (YPs) love all facets of social media. It’s no surprise, then, that here at Notable we talk a ton about how our fave social media platforms can both help and hinder the young professional lifestyle
For quick, 24/7 updates during the Sochi Winter Olympics, most young professionals (YPs) turned to Twitter for the latest, following the conversation with the hashtags #Sochi2014, #WeAreWinter and #TeamCanada. Post Olympics, Twitter released its stats on the world’s #sochi2014 tweeting
Ok, it has to be said: No, Brad Pitt did not write that incredibly romantic story about Angelina. No, microwaving water does not make it harmful to plants. And no, a monster-sized squid did not wash up on a beach in California
Earlier this month we hit a Women of Influence luncheon where media executive Kirstine Stewart, Managing Director and Head of Twitter Canada, shared her seasoned insight on business, women in the workforce and what makes an effective leader today. She also let us in on what it’s like to work at a company like Twitter
Here’s a great story about social media being used for a great cause. It involves a flood, several cows and a few creative personalities. Intrigued? Thought so. Here's how they all combined in what turned out to be a global initiativ
Erik Qualman, author of Socialnomics, an award-winning book on the power of influence, as well as a TEDx speaker, reveals that nearly one in five Canadians report that social media has made them more influential. According to him, the power and influence of word of mouth is turning to “world of mouth"
Pucker your lips, bat your eyes, stare at your phone and put your duck face on. SNAP! Take your picture! It is time, once and for all, to break the silence and confront this abnormally self-centered trend that has been annoyingly invading our social networks