In the current digital age, 95% of all teens are online and 80% of them have had various opportunities to share their personal information and create content on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
If you’re planning to hire someone, or go on a date with them, or even just want to find out more about who they are, it’s likely that your first move is to Google them. That’s why it’s so critical to take control of our online reputations: “It affects everyone, [...]
Are you happy with the results people get back when they Google your name? If not, there are easy ways to monitor and guide what information is published about you online. Two years ago we covered how to have a say in what Google says about you, and more recently, and how to track down anyone online. But a rash of social media sites have arisen that give you more tools to help you manage your online reputation and become more findable. Let's take a look.
A football fan is plucked from the World Cup audience, handed a modelling
contract and gets 2m views on YouTube – but it is all taken away after
photos emerge of her hunting big game in Africa. When will people learn that
social media can bite back?
When we approach digital reputation in an empowering way it allows us to reframe the conversation. Instead of nagging students about not posting party pictures on Facebook, we can empower them to build a digital reputation that aligns with the legacy...
Online, I use my real name for many things. But sometimes, I prefer to use a pseudonym. Not because I want to anonymously harass people or post incendiary comments unscathed; no, I simply want to manage the impression I make, while still participating in diverse conversations and communities.
via @UndercoverRec | Considering the excellent benefits that connecting with professionals on LinkedIn brings, college students can never ignore this social networking platform. In fact, your networking on LinkedIn should begin as early as possible. LinkedIn can help you find jobs as soon as you graduate from college. However, it’s a regret that college students spend very little time on this professional social networking platform, as compared to the time spent on other popular social networking websites like Facebook, MySpace and Twitter. Given below are some key tips on how college students should use LinkedIn and how they can reap maximum benefits by connecting with professionals on this social networking website. 1. Getting Job Email Alerts Once you have created your professional profile on LinkedIn, you can set email alerts to receive notifications of recommended jobs. Students and jobseekers will be able to see the notifications on their homepage as soon as they log into their LinkedIn account.
7 Ways College Students Can Benefit from LinkedIn http://theundercoverrecruiter.com/7-ways-college-students-can-benefit-linkedin/
WASHINGTON (AP) — If they don't believe their parents, maybe America's teens will listen to the Pentagon's top general. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey worried aloud Wednesday that the next generation of possible military recruits is ignorant about the damage that can come from showing bad or illegal behavior online.
via @AP | Top general to teens: Watch what you post online! via @AP
via @slate | I vividly remember the Facebook post. It was my friend’s 5-year-old daughter “Kate,” (a pseudonym) standing outside of her house in a bright yellow bikini, the street address clearly visible behind her on the front door. A caption read “Leaving for our annual Labor Day weekend at the beach,” and...
Why We Post Nothing—Nothing—About Our Kid Online. You Should Do the Same for Your Kids via @slate
LinkedIn is still the social network most used by recruiters to find and monitor potential job candidates, but Facebook and Twitter are used more often by employers seeking to showcase their brands, according to the results of the sixth annual Social Recruiting Survey from social recruiting platform Jobvite.
via @allfacebook | INFOGRAPHIC: Jobvite Examines The State Of Social Recruiting via @allfacebook
All BHS students, faculty, staff and administration are encouraged to participate in the Digital Citizenship Twitter chat every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. EST. Chats are moderated by a team of educators who are dedicated to digital citizenship education. Join us as we discuss ways to integrate current…
via @jlscheffer | Teens, Online Reputation and Social Media via @suescheff
Privacy is not a dead letter for consumers on the Internet, even young adults. Rather than simply give up control over all personal data, many Web users have become educated about how much information is available about them online, and...
via @derekeb | Report: Millennials Savvy About Online Reputation Management via @derekeb
The Peterson Group is a non-profit organization with an aim to create awareness to the public on the wide spread of alternative medicines and its incorporation with evidence-based medicines that have been used in substitute for scientifically based medicines.
VVM started operations in 1990 and 22 years later VVM is a specialist Debt Recovery and Revenue Management operation that developed a specialised Business Process Outsourcing Service.
VVM ascribes its operations excellence to its long track record of experience and knowledge, consistently meeting and exceeding the client’s expectations, consistent...