Revolutionise your social score and improve your digital footprint with Fair Public
With a FREE 7-day trial with Fair Public, you will be entitled to infinite possibilities in improving your social life.
After this trial ends, pay Â£38.70 a month when the trial ends.
WHAT IS FAIR PUBLIC?
As an online product, Fair Public is here to detail and tell you about your social media use. This will let you see what kind of digital footprint you leave behind â and how this can have a profound effect on your personal, financial and professional life.
By looking at how much time you spend on social media, and the content you view and post, Fair Public will let you know about your social score and let you see how to improve it with ease!
HAVE A LOOK AT WHAT FAIR PUBLIC OFFERS YOU:
Your dashboard displays your overall social score and breaks it down into all the positives and negatives from your social footprint. This will help you have a focused look at how the score has been determined and what effect it has.
This is how your personal information is displayed across your various social media profiles. To have a positive impact on your social score, it is important to keep this consistent.
We show you how your social media activity is distributed across different regions, as well as the time you spend on social channels, and even what you appear to be spending. This is based on what, where and when you post.
How do others see you on social media? Using five vital personality traits, who you talk to the most and the choice of words you use in your posts, we will reveal how you appear to others online, and how this affects your online footprint.
To improve your score, Fair Public will show you the changes you must make on your social accounts. Mark each task as itâs done so you can see your score improve with every step.
Learn what your social footprint means and how you can improve it with our comprehensive guides that were written specially to help you master social media.
WHY DOES A SOCIAL SCORE MATTER?
It tells you and anyone who sees it how trustworthy, professional and creditworthy you may be, certain companies and individuals are increasingly using social scoring to make hiring decisions for new employees.
This means your professional, financial and personal chances are directly affected by your social media use and behaviour.