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Applying to college? Ease your social media madness with these 12 tips
Here are a few things that parents can encourage their child to do to enhance their digital footprint- whether they are applying for college, an internship, or their first job.
When it comes down to teens online identity's they can be broken down into three basic categories.
It is never too late to clean-up your digital footprint or to create a positive digital identity and reputation and the following steps can get you started:
Entering college is the major first step into entering adulthood for many teens. College admissions officers frequently look for a potential applicant’s online presence in making a decision. Here are some ideas your boosting your digital presence in preparation for college.
College athletic directors are using social media to gain a multidimensional view of candidates for their programs, according to Cornerstone Reputation, an educational company committed to helping students manage their digital footprints.
Your child is probably using really insecure passwords and it’s important that they don’t take that habit with them to college.
When it comes to prepare for college and the application process, there’s a new step for college-bound students to consider: social media presence. Advice on using your social media presence for good when applying for colleges.