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In this world of easily available technology and our youth having more “Cyber Freedom” than ever before, we have a responsibility as parents and online citizens to protect our children from bullies, predators, advertisers and themselves. There have been over 1,000,000 reports of Cyberbullying on Facebook alone, and this does not include over 10,000 other social network sites or the use of cell phones.
This Social Media Safety program overview has been developed by Dean DeLisle, Founder and CEO of Forward Progress to answer a very specific need in our personal and professional worlds. Being a parent of grade school, middle and high school children and an author of online reputation management systems, Dean understands the very best online protection for you and your families. In today’s new world, the principles discussed in this workshop apply for all ages from 8-80! This content has been covered everywhere from grade schools to corporate America. In this busy world we live in, we see that many of our youth are connected to the Internet but not guided socially – then we expect them to survive in this very crowded world on the Internet – this is even a challenge for us as parents and professionals.
Don’t miss this very exclusive event so that you can create a safe productive online world for you, your business and most important your family.

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    How to be Safe and Savvy Online – Social Media Safety Program for Your Family How to be Safe and Savvy Online – Social Media Safety Program for Your Family Presentation Transcript

    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) How to be Safe and Savvy Online A Social Media Safety Program For Your Family
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Dean DeLisle – Social Media Coach • • • • • • • • • Founder and CEO of Forward Progress Creator of MYSocialTutor.com Over 30 years in Business Coaching and Training Campaign Development in Social Media Call Center, Internet, eMarketing, Event Management, Lead Generation, Web Seminars, eSelling Trained over 75,000 People in 35 Countries Over Two Billion Dollars Sales, 50 Million Leads, Coach and Trained Thousands of People using Internet Based Lead Generation Financial Services, Real Estate, Professional Services, Legal, Accounting, Manufacturing, Coaching, Educational, Insurance, Agencies, Auto, Retail, Banking and Channel Sales…..
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Social Networks How they work
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Growing Numbers Interesting Facebook Stats • More than One Billion active users • 50% of all active users log on to Facebook in any given day • More than 35 million users update their status each day • More than 60 million status updates posted each day • More than 3 billion photos uploaded to the site each month • More than 5 billion pieces of content (web links, news stories, blog posts, notes, photo albums, etc.) shared each week • More than 3.5 million events created each month • More than 3 million active Pages on Facebook • More than 1.5 million local businesses have active Pages on Facebook • More than 20 million people become fans of Pages each day • Pages have created more than 5.3 billion fans
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Growing Numbers LinkedIn Has Over 200 Million Members • Average user has 240 “Connections” • One degree from over 35,000 “Trusted Connections” • Two degrees from over 3,200,000 “Trusted Connections” • 1 million new members a week • 17.8 million members belong to groups • 1.2 million comments and posts to groups weekly • 2 billion people searches annually • 1 million companies have a company page OVER 1,000 to 1
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Growing Numbers • 100 million Monthly Active Users • 40 million Photos Per Day • 8,500 Likes Per Second • 1,000 Comments Per Second
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) ASK!
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) • • • • • • Trusted Colleagues Like-minded People hanging out Similar Friends and Associations You have more “Things” in common Similar “Beliefs” Recommended “IN”
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) STUDENTS • School Clubs • Health Club • Sports • Theater • Alumni PARENTS • CityCountry Clubs • Chambers • Organizations • Charities • Religious • Network Groups
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Think about how this works!
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) They Work because. . . • They do all the things “Traditional” Social Networks do, plus… • • • • • • • • Save Time and Money NO Travel Connect to More People Wider Reach Target Groups Build Communities Do Research Create “BUZZ”!
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) • That Know Them? • That Don’t Know Them? • That They Know? • That They Don’t Know? Jack Sue Pat Mark
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Personal • • • • • • • • Build a personal network eReputation Find a new job Re-connect to old friendsfamily Find new friends/family Club/Team/Charity connections Support The list goes on……..
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) What are our Children using? • • • Top Social Networks Instagram Twitter Facebook Top Messaging (Direct) • Snapchat • Facebook Chat/Messenger • KIK
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Cyberbullying defined Cyberbullying affects many adolescents and teens on a daily basis. Cyberbullying involves using technology, like cell phones and the Internet, to bully or harass another person. Cyberbullying can take many forms: • Sending mean messages or threats to a person's email account or cell phone • Spreading rumors online or through texts • Posting hurtful or threatening messages on social networking sites or web pages • Stealing a person's account information to break into their account and send damaging messages • Pretending to be someone else online to hurt another person • Taking unflattering pictures of a person and spreading them through cell phones or the Internet • Sexting, or circulating sexually suggestive pictures or messages about a person Source: www.cyberbullying.org
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Cyberbullying stats Despite the potential damage of cyberbullying, it is alarmingly common among adolescents and teens. According to cyberbullying statistics from the i-SAFE foundation: • Over half of adolescents and teens have been bullied online, and about the same number have engaged in cyberbullying. • More than 1 in 3 young people have experienced cyber threats online. • Over 25 percent of adolescents and teens have been bullied repeatedly through their cell phones or the Internet. • Well over half of young people do not tell their parents when cyberbullying occurs. Source: i-SAFE Foundation
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Cyberbullying Parent & Child Tips • Talk to children about Cyberbullying, explaining that it is wrong and can have serious consequences. • Make a rule that they may not send mean and damaging messages or suggestive pictures and messages. Even if someone else started it. Make clear consequences such as they will lose their cell phone and computer privileges for a time. • Encourage them to tell an adult if cyberbullying is occurring. Tell them if they are the victims they will not be punished and reassure them that being bullied is not their fault. • They should keep cyberbullying messages as proof that the cyber bullying is occurring. Source: i-SAFE Foundation
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Cyberbullying Parent & Child Tips • Try blocking the person sending the messages. • Children should never tell their password to anyone except a parent and should not write it down in a place where it could be found by others. • Children should not share anything through text or instant message on their cell phone or the internet that they would not want to be made public. • Encourage them never to share personal information online or to meet someone they only know online. Source: i-SAFE Foundation
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Cyberbullying Parent & Child Tips • Keep the computer in a shared space like the family room, and do not allow children to have internet access in their own rooms. • Encourage them to have times when they turn off the technology, such as at family meals or after a certain time at night. • Parents may want to wait until high school to allow their children to have their own email and cell phone accounts and even then parents should still have access to the accounts. Source: i-SAFE Foundation
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Your ONLINE eReputation is Permanent!
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Know their Friends
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Effective Posting/Conversation 1. Share another piece of news you thought was interesting this week 2. Share something great about what you are learning 3. Share some cool news about your friends
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Know their Profile Settings
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Lock Down Settings
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Lock Down Settings
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Lock Down Settings
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Lock Down Settings
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Lock Down Settings
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Lock Down Settings
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Worried – you can remove friends!
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) The Do’s For Children: • Create a complete honest profile • Only connect to people you know • Constantly build a career minded network • Talk about your skills and hobbies • Post positive pictures and content • Google yourself (ongoing) • Lock down your profile to known close friends Your ONLINE eReputation is Permanent!
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) The Do Not's For Children: • Accept Friend Requests from strangers (false profiles) • Publish anything you would not show your parent’s or employer • Stay connected to inappropriate friends • Post questionable photos of yourself or anyone else • Post anything false about yourself or anyone else • Get caught up in drama or negative dialogue (Cyberbully) • Join groups who do not serve your career path Your ONLINE eReputation is Permanent!
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) If You Do Nothing Else! 3 Things that will get them in the right direction….. 1. Update and Maintain your profiles 2. Have good discussion…communicate! 3. Have fun – smart fun!
    • (877) 59 - COACH (592-6224) Questions? Contact Us Connect with Us dean@forwardprogress.net TWITTER: www.twitter.com/deandelisle FACEBOOK: www.Facebook/deandelisle/ FAN PAGE: www.Facebook/ForwardProgress LINKEDIN: www.linkedin.com/in/deandelisle CONTENT: www.slideshare.net/forwardprogress Call (877) 592-6224 www.ForwardProgress.NET