DNC Launches Social Media Campaign To Find What Makes Philly UniqueWith less than 100 days until the Democratic National Convention, the host committee has created a social media campaign to energize Philadelphians about the event coming to town.
Fans, Brands And Local Celebs Take To Social Media As Nova Wins National ChampionshipThe conversation around #MarchMadness trended on Twitter for most of the night.
Author Warns Of The Dangers Of Sharing Too Much On Social MediaAuthor Jon Ronson warns against sharing too much private information on social media.
Bernie Sanders' Social Media Followers Are More Engaged, Study FindsDespite having fewer followers across Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, a new study suggests Bernie Sanders has a more engaged audience of any presidential candidate.
Pope Francis Gains 100,000 Instagram Followers In First HourPope Francis' new account was christened on Saturday with a photo of him kneeling in prayer. The accompanying message said "pray for me" in 9 languages. It was not a selfie.
Social Media Campaign Encourages Women To Run For OfficeThe campaign is called #GovLikeAWoman.
Are Female Emojis Sexist And Harmful To Girls?Fitfy-four percent of girls 16 to 24 years old believe that female emojis are stereotypical, and half said they represent a limited range of female interests, according to a national survey of more than 1,000 females.
Facebook Turns On 'Reactions' For All CustomersNow you can do a whole lot more than "like" a Facebook post. "Love," "Haha," "Wow," "Sad," and "Angry" are five new Facebook buttons that people can click when responding to a post.
Twitter Tweaks Timeline Hoping To Keep Users Coming Back More OftenIn coming weeks, users will see a notification in the timeline when Twitter automatically turns on the feature but it can be turned off in settings.
Video Shows Student With Cerebral Palsy Pushed Down, KickedPenn Hills School District officials say the students who attacked 16-year-old Isaiah Wooding could be referred to police.
Mayor Kenney Expands Twitter Chats To Engage Philadelphians EverywhereThe #AskKenney Twitter chats began when Jim Kenney was running for mayor, and just one month into his term, the mayor has announced he will be expanding the chats.
Research: Social Media Activity Plays Big Role On Whether Job Seekers Get HiredA good resume and solid references aren't the only thing job applicants have to worry about these days. Your social media presence can also play a big role in whether or not you get a job.

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