Coaches, scouts, and fans search athletes online. What will they see?

Athletes leverage social media to connect with their fans and communities. But one post can ruin their reputation, change a coach’s perception, and stop them reaching the next level.

Help your athletes clean up their online persona to protect your team and position themselves for the future.

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Protect your team’s brand and your athletes

“Recruits: social media matters. I have now dropped 15 recruits this year because of their twitter posts, likes, or retweets. Explicit images, racist words, and demeaning posts are unacceptable. Your thumbs are killing you opportunities.”

Coach Josh Lawson (Arkansas Tech Football) via Twitter

“An old, offensive tweet from the account of Villanova guard Donte DiVincenzo re-emerged just as he was being named Most Outstanding Player of the #FinalFour."

USA Today via Twitter

“Oklahoma QB Kyler Murray apologized Sunday morning after anti-gay tweets he made in 2011-12 surfaced, hours after he won the Heisman Trophy.”

ESPN SportsCenter via Twitter

“RECRUITS: Even during this crazy time, it is incredibly important to make sure you are aware of what you put out on social media! You are ALWAYS representing your family and yourself, make sure what you tweet is the RIGHT representation! We as Coaches are always evaluating! #DYY”

Coach Tyler Funk (Indiana State University) via Twitter

“In 2013, Josh Allen tweeted “If it ain’t white, it ain’t right.” That’s one of those character revealing tweets where age of person and date of tweet are irrelevant. Just. Awful. Among the myriad of reasons not to draft him (he sucks?), this may top the list.”

Mark Ryan (ESPN Upstate Radio Host) via Twitter

“Cleveland Browns release safety Jermaine Whitehead over threatening tweets”

The Hill via Twitter

Help your athletes clean up the past and project the right persona.

Our product scans data across the web, analyzes the content and then guides users through actions to clean up and lock down their accounts and build the right online persona to be successful.

  • Analyze and clean up Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts.
  • Find and lock down privacy settings.
  • Proactively build the right professional persona.
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  1. Coaches: Protect your team's brand and the future opportunities for your athletes

    Encourage your athletes to take proactive steps to manage their online identity and remove unwanted associations. Ensure the social media profiles of your athletes are a positive reflection of who they are. yourself.online provides peace of mind for coaches by preventing an athletes’ social media post from hindering their ability to play at the next level.

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  2. Athletes: Take control of social media and future-proof your professional image

    yourself.online analyzes social media accounts and flags sensitive content, using AI-based image and text analysis. The result is presented in an easy-to-use tool where the athletes can review and change what’s out there about them. Through the process, they will also see why online privacy is so important and the impact it can have on their future.

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Plans for Consumers & Organizations

  • For ConsumersIndividual Account

    Social media review

    Privacy settings walkthroughs

    Dark web breach scan

    Rescanning and alerts

    Personal support via email and chat

    $79.95

  • For TeamsBulk Sales

    All Consumer features

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    Onboarding support

    Dedicated account manager

    Webinars on privacy and persona management

    Subject matter expert guidance

    Utilization reports

    From $35