Small businesses focused on online success need to keep in mind the importance of quality and consistency for product photos, said Jorge Ortega, community manager at Shopify. He said photos are important for a business presentation. For products, the types of shots, style used and editing should be taken into account when posting online.
With the pandemic almost coming to an end and schools reopening, it is fundamental to enlighten the issues of first-year and first-generation students.
Three East Los Angeles College students received scholarships from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.
The Center for Disease Control published new guidelines last tuesday for people who are fully vaccinated. These guidelines state that people who are fully vaccinated can participate in “normal” activities after two weeks, if they show no symptoms after getting the second dose.
While small businesses have been struggling to keep open because of COVID-19, the younger generation has turned to social media to help their personal business thrive. Stephanie Meza, a student at ELAC, did just that.
Meza was laid off in March from her job. She invested $200 in a stencil maker and began a business of custom made decorative tumbler cups. She primarily uses instagram to promote her work.
¨Cuties¨ is a dramatic film that misses the mark to inspire young girls by overtly sexualizing them. The movie is disturbing for many adult viewers and fairly inappropriate for children.
Instagram has started removing the ability to see likes from other peoples posts, but it’s not as big of a deal as some people make it out to be.
Twitter has decided to ban political ads for the 2020 election due to false and fake ads people create for campaign runners. What Twitter is doing is great, because it ensures a fair election.
Spending too much time on social media platforms affects the grades of students at East Los Angeles College. When students are alone, they avoid their surroundings with the use of social media. They put their headphones on and watch videos on YouTube. This all seems harmless until it starts to affect student’s ability to stay focused on their coursework. ELAC students constantly stop working on library computers to browse social media.
Technology advances more and more by the day, leading people to care less about real world and more about their cognitive worlds.