Even Caitlin Marceau sometimes finds herself thinking body-shaming thoughts. “Ugh, I’m so fat,” and “I don’t have a good enough body for this dress,” are phrases that have passed through every woman’s head at some point, but Marceau actively fights this mentality as much as she’s able.
Facebook groups and pages like #TakingHaverhillBack have been able to provide critical peer support to recovering addicts and families.
BeautyMotive CEO unintentionally leans in.
The battles between pit bull advocates and those that support breed bans often get pretty ugly.
Social media allows people who want to make a difference to reach a national audience, and they never have to leave their dorm room.
Journalism tools: pen and paper, voice recorder, computer, camera, and now a Facebook and Twitter account. Reporters everywhere are using social media to connect with their community and distribute their stories.
Your social media presence may not be conveying the image you think it does. If you’re looking for a job you may want to be more careful about how you present yourself online.
Social media isn’t just for big business. Small business owners are getting on social media to encourage sales and connect with their customers.