Generic resume objectives are a thing of the past. Prospective employers don’t need you to tell them that you’re looking for an entry-level role in [industry] and are eager to use [skills] — that’s obvious.
Is your email address still email@example.com? If so, it’s time to create a more professional alternative. You don’t want recruiters and hiring managers to see this on your resume —it won’t reflect well on you.
You may be tempted to include social media in your skills section, but you should only do so if you actually have experience working in the social media space professionally — such as if you’ve handled your employer’s accounts or have taken courses in the area.