We provide social media assemblies to High Schools, Middle Schools and parents across the country. Our unique formula shows kids 8-18 years old how to impress colleges by turning social media into a portfolio of accomplishments to shine online. Buy our new book “Light, Bright and Polite,” register for our free Footprint Friday program to learn how colleges will search for your kids, view our 20+ social media app guides or apply for a Social Media Safety Assembly at your school.
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How Google, Facebook, and Apple Track Everything About You We all know that it’s important to secure our personal information and social accounts so strangers won’t be able to access it. However, do you know how much information the world’s biggest companies collect about us? Our friends from BackgroundChecks.org created an infographic to illustrate how […]
YouNow marketing says: Express Yourself: Broadcast to a live audience. Explore and engage with talented content creators. Connect with our vibrant real-time community. Browse trending tags and people Chat with your favorite broadcasters Show the broadcaster some love with gifts Broadcast live and gain fans Stay connected with friends and fans What is YouNow? YouNow […]
ooVoo is one the world’s largest video and messaging app. With over 100 million users from 130 countries and 54 MM in the US alone, we consider this app to be popular with kids under 25.
We caught up with Dr. Don Austin of the Palos Verdes Peninsula USD to ask him about a recent survey they submitted to parents and students. He was nice enough to share with us the results of the survey and give us some insight that might be helpful for other educators and parents. The Palos […]
Burn book is the newest of the anonymous teen apps that cases problems on school campuses. Just in the last couple months, the BurnBook App has gained hundreds of thousands of users, and is very much hated by parents and teachers. It also caught a lot of attention from police and law enforcement. We created […]
What is Tumblr? Founded in 2007 (and sold to Yahoo! in 2013), Tumblr is one of world’s the most popular blogging platforms (Wiki). It hosts over 200 millions blogs and has 420 millions users, 42% of which are from the US. Moreover, 61% of teens at the age 13-19 years old consider Tumblr their favorite […]
What is StreetChat App? StreetChat is a similar to another anonymous app called Yik Yak. It’s a live photo-sharing board designed for middle school, high school and college students. Unlike the Yik Yak app, StreetChat doesn’t require access to your location. The app asks you to choose the school campus board you want to post […]
What is LinkedIn.com? LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network. It has over 347 million registered users, and 111 million of them are from the US. The fastest growing demographics on LinkedIn are students and recent college graduates.(from LinkedIn.com) Young professionals have always understood the importance of having their professional resume online. However, LinkedIn is […]
We caught up with Melissa Davis Co-Founder and CEO of GoEnnounce.com and asked her to share with us student tips to build a clean online reputation for colleges. With the rise of social media, many colleges and future employers have turned to it to find out more about their applicants. Here are some tips to […]
We caught up with Chuck Chesler, Founder of KwickLook and asked him to share with us signs that help you to know if your child might be a victim of cyber bullying. You walk into the living room. Your child quickly hides their phone. You know exactly what they’re up to. That look of shame […]
We caught up with Robert Reichmann, Founder and CEO at Visr, an app for parents to keep their kids safe on social networks and asked him to share with us his 5 parenting tips for digital and Internet safety. Be a role model Just like in real life, kids learn much of their online behavior […]
What is Omegle chat? Omegle is a free online chat website that allows users to communicate with others without the need to register. Wiki Omegle’s slogan is: “Talk to strangers!” When you use Omegle chat, it picks another user at random and lets you have a one-on-one chat with each other. Omegle Omegle’s website is […]
The After School App was launched in October 2014, and in it’s first two months on the market it has already been rejected from the app store twice due to complaints from parents and teachers. Because of some threatening messages from teens on the app, many schools have sent warnings to parents regarding safety and […]
Instagram is an extremely popular photo and video sharing app. At least 75% US teens and 30% of adults 18+ have Instagram accounts ( CBS News & WhaTech). It allows you to explore millions of pictures from amazing places around the the world, as well as from Insta-photographers, who live in your neighborhood. Instagram is […]
We caught up with Ted Zuhlsdorf, co-founder of High Low Glitter and asked him to share with us how to improve family communication around the dinner table. The data is in regarding the benefits of having family dinner. Study after study confirms that children who frequently participate in family dinners are more likely to get […]