Following my YouTube series?
If any of you have been following my YouTube series about demonstrated interest and not believing that tracking a student is possible, leave alone used by many universities, read the Washington Post article (link below) that cites a specific university that digs deep and finds out your personal data (name, where you are from, contact information, your descent and activities you participate in, to name a few) all by installing tracking software on their web site to decide how likely you are to enroll, if accepted.
Big Brother is Watching
Big Brother is watching everywhere and you can use it to be strategic showing your demonstrated interest with the colleges you are interested in, just like they do.
Do you have questions about the college admissions process or the above information? Don’t hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone, 845.551.6946.