Social media, blogs and message boards allow us to share our persona to large numbers of interconnected people. Your digital reputation is built and defined by your online behavior and the content you post. This can affect relationships as well as future education and job opportunities. You can enhance and protect your reputation online by using best practices and common sense.
Help Protect your Digital Reputation
For many of our older kids, going to school not only means teachers, homework, and sports. It also means status updates on social networking sites and more and more online media consumption. What your children to online increasingly affects their offline quality of life - from college interviews to employment recruiting. A "digital reputation" now follows us everywhere we go.