In today's fast paced media world where you can find just about everything online, including your own personal information, one can't help but get sucked into the plethora of websites and social media networks that the Internet has to offer. 

 

As a professional, the Internet can provide many helpful ways to market yourself and your brand, however, at the same time it is necessary to monitor and carefully choose what information you decide to put out there as some things can make or break your reputation. 

 

I was wondering then, as a business journalist, what is your standpoint on social media? Do you use it and if so what for? 

Recently, a panel of business journalists tried to answer this question. See what they had to say:
On that note, I would like to hear your opinion. What do you think of social media from a business journalist's perspective? I look forward to hearing your thoughts and opinions :) 
- Hanna

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