Important tips for your online profile as a new mom

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Important tips for your online profile as a new mom

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You know I like to say that women can have it all, but not all at the same time. So being a good mother sometimes means stepping out of the work force for months or years until you are ready to come back in. But the great news is, we have now gone through the technological revolution, so you can still keep your electronic foot print current. That means that, even if you are not working you can make sure that your Google search still looks like you are very active. You can keep an active link in profile, Facebook and Twitter and keep it professional, you can be reading professional Journals and Books on your profession and making sure you put reader comments, 'cause guess what, when that perspective employer Google's you, those things show up. So, I would say be very aware of your electronic foot print, if it's only filled with Mommy Blog's and crying over how hard Mommy life is, then that's what they're going to see when they Google you. So try to make sure that you are keeping abreast of what's going on in your industry and you are having a voice out there electronically.

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Wendy Walsh, PhD

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Dr. Wendy Walsh was nominated for an Emmy Award for her work as co-host on The Dr. Phil spinoff, The Doctors TV show. She also hosts Investigation Discovery Network’s “Happily NEVER After,” as well as being part of Dr. Drew’s Behavior Bureau on HLN Network. On CNN and 9 Network, Australia, she breaks down the psychology of sex, love, gender roles, divorce, parenting and other human behaviors. Dr. Wendy is an Adjunct Professor of Psychology at California State University, Channel Islands. She holds a B.A. in Journalism, a Masters degree in Psychology, and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, and is the author of three books and numerous publications, including The 30-Day Love Detox. She appears regularly on The Today Show, CBS This Morning, Good Morning America, The Steve Harvey Show, The O’Reilly Factor, Inside Edition, The Katie Couric Show, Jane Velez-Mitchell, and The View.

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