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What is WhatsGoodly

What is WhatsGoodly? A Social Media Safety Guide

How WhatsGoodly Markets Itself: WhatsGoodly is an anonymous, location-based, social polling application designed for college students. What is WhatsGoodly? Ask girls and/or boys questions that you couldn’t get answered elsewhere. How WhatsGoodly works: WhatsGoodly is a free app Designed for college students It has 17+ age restriction You can join your university group if you […]

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How Mobile Tracking Helps Companies to Collect Data about Your Kids

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 […]

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What is YouNow

What is YouNow? Social Media Safety Guide

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 […]

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StreetChat App Parent Guide Video

StreetChat App Parent Guide (Video)

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 […]

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LinkedIn for Teens Applying to College

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 […]

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