- Once posted, Always posted
- Online Reputations should be a good thing
- Keep personal information personal.
- Know and MANAGE your friends
- Be honest if you are uncomfortable
- Public means public.
- Security settings are there for a reason.
- Set up strong passwords that are not your kids or pets names.
- Keep all of your kids’ passwords written down and if they change them, make them update you.
Grow your personal brand with these free social media sites.
Create a profile and begin to connect.
You can always, always start from scratch.
- Facebook: Build your own online community of friends, family, schoolmates, and co-workers (if you choose)
- Twitter: Create a “following” of friends, fans, contacts and “follow” friends, and find topics that you have interests in to follow brand accounts
- Pinterest: Create and Share Boards; These Boards contain ideas, recipes, instructions or links for hobby and professional use
- Google Business: Google Business Listings that accompany your Gmail account and allows you to leave personalized business reviews.
- LinkedIn: A place for you to create a Professional Profile page and network with other professionals.