FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Leaping the Chasm Announces Social Media Launch
Social Media brings the conversation directly to women in their 40's, 50's and beyond experiencing tough life transitions.
Sep 6, 2016, 08:00 EDT from Leaping the Chasm.
Indianapolis, IN, USA, Sept. 6, 2016 -- Leaping the Chasm ("LTC" or the "Organization"), which raises life transition awareness and advocates for women in their 40's, 50's and beyond, announced today the launch of its presence on various social media outlets.
The Organization has made itself available socially on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest with plans to expand to more social platforms like Tumblr in the near future. LTC's Social Media presence is live today and can be found and followed at www.facebook.com/leapingthechasm, www.twitter.com/leapingthechasm, www.instagram.com/leapingthechasm, and www.pinterest.com/leapingthechasm.
"The ability to take the conversation to the audience and share information, resources and solutions directly is invaluable," according to Jen Arthur, Founder, Discourse and Ideation Leader. "Women approaching and over 50 have precious little time as it is. Social media allows us to make the conversation convenient for them. They can be involved on the platform or platforms of their choice. They can follow as their time allows. They can make their thoughts known. They define their participation based on their time and needs, but we are always available to them."
LTC will continue to use and grow its social media efforts on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest to increase awareness and expand the conversation of mid-life transitions to a wider audience. Social media members are encouraged to follow, like, share and engage with Leaping the Chasm on all of its social media platforms and to visit its website at www.leapingthechasm.com.
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ABOUT LEAPING THE CHASM
Leaping the Chasm™ (LTC) provides candid conversations and social media engagement for women in their 40's, 50's and beyond who are undergoing the personal, physical, financial, education and employment transitions that often accompany mid-life. These conversations are intended to share experiences, transfer knowledge, improve outlook, make new friends, and help identify opportunities for this powerful demographic. Based in North America, LTC is committed to improving the lives of mature women everywhere. To access information and resources from LTC, please visit www.leapingthechasm.com.
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