#Reporter’sNotebook: As a mom of two daughters under the age of 6, I’m already nervous about the teen years — especially because I know social media and online outlets are most likely going to get more invasive and immersive as years progress.
Besides the obvious ‘responsible choices’ parenting I’ll be hammering down my kids’ throats, I figure it always helps to know some tricks from social media experts, to keep our kids’ digital reputations positive.
Which is why I thought it smart to find out today’s most savvy tips for cleaning up a teen’s digital footprint:
A positive online image and a productive digital footprint has become a significant screening component for many colleges and potential employers for teens and college students.
Read More on The Fab Mom:
How to improve a teen’s online image on CBS Los Angeles. Tips from Josh Ochs, SafeSmartSocial.
Got teens? (Not yet for me, but it’s comin’ quick… I know.) How to clean up a teen’s online image can be daunting. At the moment my daughters are barely in elementary school, but I know that college and jobs are right around the corner. What to do if, one day, we need to clean up their digital footprints? Because, you know, other kids might post something unflattering about them (or, they just might mistakes and post something unflattering about themselves too).