Have you googled yourself lately? If you haven't, do it now. You might be surprised to find some "digital dirt" you never even knew existed!
Digital dirt is the information about you- your photos, your videos, your rants and raves found on forums, blogs and other social networking sites. And if you're not careful, your dirt could be bad for business.
For many people, your online presence is their first (and perhaps only) impression of you. If they don't like what they see, they'll probably take their business elsewhere. And if you're trying to please a recruiter, digital dirt could derail your job prospects before you're even called for an interview.
Tell me about your digital dirt. Is it in need of some cleaning?
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