Recommended by Teachers and Librarians
- Learn how teens can build a memorable digital profile for college discoverability.
- Discover how teens are using digital career services to explore career options that utilize their talents, strengths, and skills.
- Understand how colleges use Big Data instead of SAT and ACT scores to determine scholarships, approve college applications and auto insurance.
- Learn how employers use real-time video games like Minecraft to verify skills instead of relying on college diplomas.
- The book has a treasure chest full of online resources in the back to help you and your teen gain an advantage in our digital world.
Click here to purchase a signed copy of You Posted What!? The book is one of the first publications to describe how startups were disrupting education and the employment process. The observations Tiffany discussed are now impacting students, higher education, and employment.
Our social media profiles have replaced resumes and are a powerful marketing tool when used wisely. Colleges and employers are using information from your teen’s social media profile and Internet postings to search for talented students and to weed out students that could present a liability.
Praise for You Posted What!?
“As a high school digital media/communications teacher I found the book to be full of useful information for my students and their families! An enjoyable read to give yourself a base knowledge of the usage of social media by students. The book is written in a way that it is interesting and full of info for various levels of understanding. Not just for parents… for students… schools… families! Worth the read.”
“I’m grateful for your book and hope you’ll consider writing another book with middle school to high school readers in mind. I would love to use your book as a discussion starter for students. Your format is excellent and the material is perfect for discussion. Your voice is positive and full of good advice. My students have already heard the doomsday danger voice and need to hear the positive ways the can use technology to advance themselves in today’s world.”
My students have already heard the doomsday danger voice and need to hear the positive ways the can use technology to advance themselves in today’s world.”
-Joyce Babbitt, Middle School Librarian
“Tiffany Sunday brings a refreshingly positive and pragmatic approach to the subject of teen social media use. Using the absolutes of digital permanence and discoverability, she elevates the discussion by looking at the advantages of doing social media “right” especially when it comes to college admissions and professional aspirations. This is essential reading for all parents and educators looking for guidance on raising kids in the social age.”
-Alan Katzman, Founder of Social Assurity
“The best thing you can say about this book is “I learned a lot from that!” and that’s what I said when I finished reading You Posted What!? The “Key Chapter Points” at the end of the chapter were helpful in repeating the content for retention.
-Lorraine Faulds, Career Planning and Adult Development Journal
This was a surprisingly refreshing look at the realities of social media for teens. It contains well-researched information, to the point advice, and just good common sense that what kids do online can makes a difference – both positively and negatively for many years to come. It is a must-read for parents, teachers, counselors, mentors, and even the teens themselves.
-Paula Asinfo, Corporate Career Coach and Former Recruiter