Don't Air Your Dirty Laundry - Clean up your Social Media
Date : 20 March 2019
Time : 12 : 00 PM EST
Duration : 60 Minutes
Jennifer Raschig is a professional organizer, business consultant, and financial advisor - serving both business and residential clients. With almost 20 years in leadership positions, she has experience with creating order out of chaos in the business world. While her focus was primarily on managing projects, developing training programs and creating standard procedures, her passion was in helping others relieve stress. She has obtained degrees in Business Management and Accounting and is the author of Living Within Your Means: A practical guide to financial freedom.
Social Media has been around for more than a decade now, and old posts from when we were younger could come back to haunt us in our personal and professional life. Learn the steps you need to take in five of the most used social platforms to put your best foot forward. Plus, walk away with guidelines on personal and professional use of social media. This class covers Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Pinterest, and LinkedIn.
- Understand the importance of keeping all your social media “clean”
- Optimize your LinkedIn profile
- Cleanup Facebook posts, understand and edit privacy settings and more
- Pair down your Twitter feed, and ensure your retweets and likes are appropriate
- Clean up your YouTube videos
- Curate your Instagram feed to reflect your online persona
Course Level - Basic/Fundamental
Who Should Attend
Anyone with a social media account
Why Should Attend
We’ve recently heard of athletes and others in the public eye having their old tweets and Facebook posts come back to haunt them. Celebrities’ social media pages aren’t the only ones that are at risk. Have you or someone you know been turned down for a job based on something that a potential employer found on your Twitter feed? Would you be embarrassed if your boss or co-workers viewed your Facebook profile? Take the time now to make sure your online persona is reflective of your professional self, and not the years you spent partying in college.
- Speaker: JENNIFER RASCHIG
- Webinar Code: JENR-0002