When I google myself, I find 3 of the same type of video, ALEJANDRA ISEA I, II, and III they’re videos that my uncle took of me as a baby and posted onto YouTube. In the videos they try to get me to say my own name, and then another of me and my sister dancing.
Port Moody Car-Free Day
A twitter account called @AlejandraoIsea she says she’s a geek and a miner, and she speaks Spanish and says she is “luchando por lograr un mejor pais” which means “fighting to reach a better country”
My solo dance from 2019, at a synergy dance competition
An Instagram account called @alejandra.isea it’s a private account but she says she’s from Venezuela, a swimmer, and is 16 years old, she is not me.
My YouTube account
My dance studio’s website: Caulfield School of Dance
How might my digital footprint affect my personal brand and future opportunities for post-secondary. How it might affect my job prospects. Why it is important to be aware of one’s digital footprint.
My digital footprint is important because for what I want to do when I’m older, because in the acting industry they will blacklist anyone who has a weird or bad type of past. It’s also important because stuff on the internet can be far from reality and people could think of me in ways that they aren’t meant to.
3 strategies that I can use to keep my digital footprint appropriate and safe.
Keep my accounts private.
If I keep my accounts private, there is less of a chance of weirdos creeping on my page. If I end up posting something that isn’t average teenager stuff, only my friends would see it and not my future employers. Keeping my account private makes it harder for people to hack my accounts.
Post things that if my grandma saw, she wouldn’t be disappointed.
My grandma and I have a pretty close bond and if she saw pictures of me that were completely out of my normal stuff, she would freak out. For me I can’t stand the thought of my grandma being disappointed in me.
Keep all sensitive information to myself.