Experts Say New Year Is Good Time To Clean Up Your Online Profile
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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – As the year comes to a close, you may resolve to clean up your online profile.
Employers admit they look to see what’s written about you or what you have posted on sites like Facebook and Twitter.
But there are things you can do to protect your online reputation.
Melissa Cabral has more.