College Admissions Social Media Playbook

How To Protect & Enhance Your Digital Brand So It Does Not Destroy Your College and Career Dreams

Welcome to the College Admissions Social Media Playbook eCourse! This eCourse was created as the solution to the problem that colleges are increasingly rejecting applicants and revoking offers based upon the Internet search history and social media behavior of college applicants. 

For years, I have defended students accused of inappropriate social media behavior and advocated for state laws that ban colleges from being able to request access to their personal digital lives. Many colleges, including Harvard, are not just requiring students to verify their personal digital accounts, they are also engaging social media monitoring firms and secretly tracking the Internet search history of applicants and their families.  

Buying this eCourse will protect college applicants and their families from having to go through the agonizing experience of having an offer and/or scholarship revoked based upon one inappropriate Tweet or visit to a political, religious, or health focused web site. 

We stand by this eCourse 100% so if you purchase it, and have an offer of admissions revoked because of your social media behavior, we will give you double your money back. Guaranteed! 

To begin the process of ensuring your social media life, your digital foot print, and personal Internet search history does not damage your college prospects sign up now!

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Course Curriculum

Introduction To College Admissions Social Media Playbook
02:49
Certificate of Guarantee
01:26
Instructor's Background In Protecting The Social Media Lives Of College Applicants, Employees, and Others
06:50
Who Is This Course Designed For?
01:51
Creating and Using Alternative or Throwaway Email Accounts
04:55
Applicants Are More Valuable to Colleges and First Time Employers Who Have A Clean Digital Foot Print
05:20
Facebook Posts May Affect Your Credit Score and Ability To Obtain Student Loans
05:03
Thank You For Enrolling In This Course
01:28

What's included?

45 Videos
23 PDFs
Brad Shear
Brad Shear
Instructor Title

About the Instructor

Hi! My name is Brad Shear. I am a lawyer, educator, privacy advocate, and dad. My goal is to ensure that your social media posts, Internet search history, and other activities that may be digitized do not ruin your collegiate and employment opportunities!  

I created the College Admissions Social Media Playbook eCourse so college applicants don't have to worry about whether an old Tweet, Instagram photo or video will destroy their college and professional hopes and dreams. It has been frustrating when parents request my help after their child has incorrectly responded to an admissions committee's demand to verify an innapropriate personal social media post which has led to a lost scholarship and/or a revoked admissions offer.

While in law school I started my professional career at the National Football League Players Association where I assisted in defending the rights of professional football players. One day the Oakland Raider Hall of Fame Executive Director Gene Upshaw asked me what are the members are doing online. From this project, I became fascinated with privacy, security, and reputation issues inherent in technology.  Since then I have opened my own law and consulting practice in the Washington DC area. 

I can proudly claim that I have protected the personal social media privacy of more high school & college students and athletes in the United States than anyone else. I have accomplished this via my advocacy for state and federal laws to ban colleges and employers from being able to demand access to your personal social media accounts and through my legal representation of high school and college students who have been accused of inappropriate social media behavior. 

The most trusted media organizations in the world regularly request my insight regarding social media, privacy, technology, and sports issues. For example, I regularly am quoted and have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, ABC News, NBC News, CBS News, NPR, etc.  Here is a link to some of my media opportunities.   

What others have been saying about this course:

Thomas Silver

High School Students and their Parents Need To Enroll In This Course!

This course is a must watch for both high school students and parents. I can't believe some of the things colleges are doing to review our kids and their parent's personal social media and internet search history is legal. We found out about this...

Lisa Evans

Highly Recommend! Awesome Course!

I highly recommend this course to all parents and high school students who want to attend college. After my kids and I met Mr. Shear when he spoke at our their school, I decided to buy his course. My kids loved it because it shows them exactly how...

Richard Hill

Great Material-Must See For High School Students and Parents

My family loved the course. It provides great case studies and techniques on how to ensure that your family's social media activities and web surfing habits do not negatively impact the college application process and beyond. We were shocked at wh...

Mary Dubin

Timely Course and Message

I am so thankful that my son's private school engaged Brad Shear to present his Digital Armour seminar. He spoke to the upper school students during the day and the parents in the evening. His message was an eye opener for everyone in attendance. ...

Marie Jones

Fantastic Course-Great For Parents and High School Students!

I was highly impressed with this course. I saw Mr. Shear speak recently about how to ensure our kids' social media and internet activity doesn't harm their ability to get into college and I believe the work he is doing is fantastic. He is the only...

Stacey Farmer

Excellent Course!

This course made my kids realize the importance of cleaning up their social media accounts from not just colleges but also others such as insurance companies. We were shocked at how much online snooping colleges are doing not just on their applica...