Smart Social Podcast: Learn how to shine online with Josh Ochs
Summary: In this podcast Josh Ochs teaches 100,000 parents and students how to shine online. He shows you how to audit your Google results and use your social media accounts as a portfolio of positive accomplishments to shine online. Josh keeps it tactical and practical with tips you can use to better understand how to navigate the digital world as a parent, teen and professional. Learn more at SmartSocial.com
David Kaufmann shares what his 8th grade students learned in their website branding workshop recently from Josh Ochs.
Melody Bergman from MediaSavvyMoms.com shares WHY we need to talk with kids about pornography, WHEN you should start the dialog, and HOW you can begin this very important conversation.
Kaden is a 16 year old student who built his own website with his Mom, Tracy. In this episode both of them talk about the benefits the website brought them and why every student 7th to 12th grade should consider building their site to plan their online image.
Julie explains to us how her 8th grade son was groomed and invited to a local park via Instagram to meet up with some "girls" online. Learn how this catches students off guard, how predators will build rapport with your kids and exactly what you can do to stop this from happening in your family.
Nicole Beurkens, PhD shares with us screen time tips that keep your kids healthy and safe. Learn how you can model good behavior, when devices should be put away and how to set expectations.
Moira McCullough from CollegeScoops.com walks us through why your student should lead the way (and how) when they are selecting colleges to visit.
Erica Spiegelman shares tips you can use to establish a healthy relationship with your devices, unplug from the digital world, and how to spot warning signs when it comes to technology usage.
Scott Frank from the Empowerment Project teaches us about the dark web and how predators can find your children using Snapchat.
Josh outlines how we do our social media research (and how parents can do their own research). Then he outlines what this challenge is (and how it's similar to other challenges).
Justin Wren was bullied his entire life. But through the sport and martial art of wrestling, he found an outlet. Today Justin is on a mission to tackle bullying through both awareness and prevention.
Julie shares tips you can use to teach your students to greet adults and build confidence for job interviews, presentations, meeting others, and many more examples.
Learn why building a website/resume at home is a powerful exercise that can connect parents and students to start a dialog. And learn why you need to be your own personal PR firm
Jeff and Josh talk about creating constant awareness and reinforcing positive culture on campuses.
Jeff and Josh talk about how to use restorative discipline to bring students together, vs punitive discipline to seperate them.
In this episode Josh and Jeff talk about how one bad PR move can hurt your family, school or community. Learn how quickly it can happen and what type of issues it can cause.