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Online, you are guilty even after being proven innocent

Innocent in the real world, yet still guilty online…

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Is your online presence killing your job prospects?

If you want to get a job–or keep one–listen up. Ninety-two percent of US companies screen potential employees through social media, and according to a survey we just did of over five hundred 2013 graduates, most people aren’t doing much to clean up their web presences. Your online privacy IQ could be standing in the […]

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What happens at Mardi Gras parties…ends up on Facebook

Today is Fat Tuesday, the height of Mardi Gras celebrations everywhere. It’s a great day for having fun with friends, wearing costumes, and escaping from everyday reality . . . unless your escapades catch up with you online. We’ve got 9 tips to help you avoid a privacy hangover. What happens in New Orleans doesn’t […]

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How to clean up your embarrassing online presence and get a job

You used to have just one resume:  it was paper, you controlled everything in it, and you gave it to hiring personnel.  You got to choose exactly how to present yourself.  For better or worse, that period in hiring history is now over.  Today, you have two resumes:  the traditional one that you carefully write […]

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These 4 varsity Googling skills will show you what the web is saying about you

Google is your new resume, and you’d better know what’s on it. It’s not vain to Google yourself; it’s smart. Why? Because it’s pretty much guaranteed that there’s information about you on at least a few websites, and hiring managers, potential dates, and complete strangers are looking you up and forming opinions of you based […]

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