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​How to Search for Yourself to Gauge Your Online Reputation

From the Show: Rewired Radio
Summary: The social media profiles you control are just one part of your online presence.
Air Date: 10/23/15
Duration: 10 Minutes
Guest Bio: ​Josh Ochs
Josh OchsWith a background in marketing at Disney and a love for all things technology, Josh Ochs combines both to help teens and tweens use social media as a portfolio of positive accomplishments. 

Josh travels the nation, speaking to over 30,000 kids each year and sharing with them tips they can use to create a positive online presence. Josh’s book: Light, Bright and Polite for Teens, teaches kids of all ages that everything they post on social media will eventually be discovered by their parents, teachers, their school principal, and someday, colleges and employers. 

He shows families and teenagers practical examples they can use to always keep it “Light, Bright and Polite” by posting photos of community volunteer projects that will help them shine online. Watch some of his videos at SafeSmartSocial.com
​How to Search for Yourself to Gauge Your Online Reputation
The social media profiles you control are just one part of your online presence. 

There is likely additional information online about you... but, do you know what it is? 

Guest expert, Josh Ochs, calls this unknown information the “silent opportunity killer,” because it may not accurately represent you and could potentially negatively influence how prospective employers or college admissions counselors perceive you.

Josh and Erica talk about how to find the information you don’t control and what to do about it when you find it.

They also discuss Josh’s “Footprint Friday" report, which gives people a detailed overview each week of their online presence.
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