Sunny Lenarduzzi talks for a living, both as the host of Beer Money on City TV and as the Social Media Host for Breakfast Television Edmonton. What was the inspiration behind her career path? Find out in today's profile... Elevator...
It started with Facebook and has only been encouraged by every form of social media that followed in its wake. We’re talking about the beloved selfie. Young professionals (YPs) love to take selfies; in the car, on a boat, in the hair salon or even at the desk
TechCrunch has leaked that Instagram will add video support to rival Twitter’s Vine. According to TechCrunch’s anonymous source, the feature will be unveiled at Facebook's "big ideas" event on Thursday, June 20th
This much we know: the complexities of young professional life, emotion and circumstance are never accurately reflected on social media platforms. If this wasn't outrightly obvious before, it certainly was following the shocking death of a dear friend
If you want to connect and communicate with multinational companies, influential media, potential employers, celebrities, authors, politicians, customers, and fellow young professionals, it’s time to get tweeting
If you still have photos of your party days, are still friends with some now-questionable types, or if old status updates about former jobs or relationships still linger on your timeline, you may want to consider spending a quick afternoon cleaning up your Facebook
Think twice before adding or accepting another Facebook friend. A recent report by the University of Edinburgh Business School found that the larger number of Facebook friends you have, the more likely social media will be a source of stress
On Wednesday, September 19th, Notable attended the Young Women of Influence speaker series at the Toronto Board of Trade. It was our first Young Women of Influence (YWOI) event, but we couldn't have felt more at home surrounded by a flock of professional women, congregated in mutual anticipation of the speakerâ€™s lecture on â€˜Good Social Mediaâ€™
Twitter, and social media in general, has revolutionized the way we pretty much do anything. In the fashion industry, the social network's prevalence has changed the way people communicate, advertise and interact with brands. The question is, is this for the good or bad?