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Digital Identity

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I would summarize my digital identity as very alcohol centered. I have the luxury of being able to advertise the part of my life that most would need to hide. I have worked a lot creating a major name for my self on instagram with almost 4000 followers, during my time with Bud Light my job was to advertise the party lifestyle and engage people with Bud Light centered content.

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My Digital Identity

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A digital identity is important in today's age due to the fact that whenever people want to find out something, they turn to the internet in order to complete their search requests. Therefore, if someone were to search your name or something that you are involved in, you want only positive search results to be returned instead of immature and explicit posts from your personal accounts. Keeping your digital identity "up-to-date, relevant, and complete" is so important in networking today, which is explained in the textbook related to this course.

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Discovering My Digital Identity

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1. Growing up I think we were mainly taught that an online presence is mostly a bad thing. After reading these articles, I realize that having a positive online presence is a way to make yourself stand out. Today, it would be almost weird to have zero online presence. Even dating back to high school, I was always taught to monitor everything I post online. This has been beneficial to me because there are no crazy images or posts about me that I have to deal with today. After egosurfing myself, I found my Facebook, LinkedIn, and Pinterest profiles.

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Discovering Digital Identity

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1. When conducting a search for myself with Google I found that it was harder than I thought to find myself online. To just search "Nicole Porter" I did not find much. However when I start searching with my name and key words that associate with me that was when I found a little more information on myself. When I Googled "Nicole Porter Clemson University" I found that my name was associated with the Facebook page of "South Carolina Association of Agricultural Educators" and the trip I had made for the National NAAE Convention in New Orleans, along with the people I was there with.

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My Digital Identity

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Right now, I think that my digital identity can be summarized as plain. As of now, when I google my name, the primary things that pop up are my Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, some Course Hero notes, and some old blog posts from a class I was in freshman year. Looking through those sites, I think that people can probably tell that I am not very involved on social media. My Facebook picture is from four years ago, so most probably think I do not get on Facebook much. (Even though I get on pretty much everyday.

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Digital Identity

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Digital identity is important to keep track of and control of because the identity you show to the world, while not necessarily an accurate representation of yourself, is the one future employers will see when they search your name on the internet. Pictures such as selfies and tagged images may show up on a google search, so it is important to control who is posting pictures of you and the nature of pictures you post. Twitter and Facebook will show up on a google search, so keeping social media accounts on private will help control your digital identity.

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Digital Identity

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These days, it is important to have a digital identity that promotes the life style that you wish to have. If you are a celebrity that is looking for attention from the media, you will have a digital identity that shows their most recent antic. If you are a researcher that requires grants to complete their work, you will have a digital identity that shows how dedicated and successful your previous work is. I am an aspiring engineer and I try to keep a professional digital identity. I only have a few social media accounts: Facebook, snap chat, Pinterest and LinkedIn.

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My Digital Identity

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1. After reading the assigned readings and watching Austin Kleon's interview, I have a better understanding of my professional presence on the internet, and how people may perceive me. I would summarize my ethos and digital identity to be very professional. After egosurfing myself on google, the top things that popped up were my LinkedIn profile, my website creative portfolio, and my twitter. Some images that came up were previous twitter profile pictures, or my current profile pictures on LinkedIn and Twitter. The news search did nothing for me because the stories were about other people.

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Reading Response 2

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1. After watching the Austin Kleon interviews and reading the five articles, I would say my digital identity is probably lacking in many areas. I do have a Facebook, twitter, and instagram, but I rarely post or even log in to my accounts. A lot of the information is probably out dated and it isn't very often that I create a post. As far as professional networks are concerned, I do not have a linked in but I have heard a lot of great things about linked in and some of the connections that can be made with it.

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