Your online footprint is basically the trail you leave behind each time you interact on social media. From the people you interact with to the content you publish and how often you post, every aspect of your social media activity can be traced back to you.
Your online footprint can be used to assess who you are as an individual, an employee or a borrower and we are here to help you understand exactly how it breaks down and show you how to improve your social score to get to a better place in life.
This is your Online Footprint hub! Here you can see you social score and how it breaks down from each of your social media accounts. We’ll show you everything that’s impacting your online footprint both negatively and positively and break down your score into more detail. Get a complete view on your online footprint and learn how to make the most of it.
Here you can get to know how people perceive your personality based on your online interactions. We’ll let you know how you’re coming across on social media based on the five traits that are usually used to assess someone’s personality: openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness and neuroticism.
Your personal identification details as displayed on your different social media profiles. The more consistent your personal details are across all your profiles, the better the impact this will have on your overall social score. Find out how your ID can impact your score and use it to your advantage.
In this page, you’ll find a few easy to read graphs displaying a clear and simple overview of your social media activity, your spending activity and your geographical activity. We’ll let you know when you’re posting, where you’re posting from and how much you seem to be spending based on what you post.
Here you can find an updated list containing the tasks you need to complete to make your social score better. To see each improvement task in your Tasks Complete graph and improve your overall score, just visit your social media profiles, implement the changes in your task list and click the ‘DONE’ button you’ll find next to each task
This is where you can learn all you need to know about what a social score means, how it is calculated, why it is so important and how you can work on improving it. Our experts have gathered a set of articles containing useful information and practical tips on how to understand your social score and take full advantage of it.
Most companies and individuals are now using social scoring as a way to assess how trustworthy, professional and creditworthy you are, which means that your social media activity can be used to determine whether you get the job you want or the loan you need.
That’s why keeping a high social score can play an important part in making sure you don’t miss out on any opportunities that life may bring your way. Online Footprint was created to show exactly how your social score can affect you and give you the tools you need to improve it.