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Social Media Presence as a High School Athlete

At Athlete to Athlete, we believe that your online persona is just as important as your athletic abilities. In today's digital age, coaches and recruiters are increasingly turning to social media platforms like Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok to learn more about potential recruits.

So, what can you do to make sure your social media presence is helping, rather than hurting, your chances of getting noticed? Here are some tips:

  1. Be Strategic: Your social media profiles should showcase your personality and interests, but they should also be strategically crafted with your recruitment goals in mind. Consider the image you want to present to coaches and recruiters, and tailor your content accordingly.

  2. Be Authentic: While it's important to be strategic, it's equally important to be authentic. Don't try to be someone you're not, or pretend to have interests you don't actually have. Coaches and recruiters can spot insincerity a mile away.

  3. Be Professional: Remember that your social media profiles are essentially an extension of your resume. Make sure your profiles are clean, professional, and free of anything that could be perceived as inappropriate or offensive.

  4. Be Consistent: Don't let your social media presence fall by the wayside once you've caught a recruiter's attention. Stay active on your profiles and continue to post engaging content that showcases your personality and interests.

By following these tips, you can create a social media presence that helps you stand out from the crowd and catch the eye of coaches and recruiters. Good luck out there!

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