When we say things like “Google Yourself,” we really mean to use search engines to find out what is out there. You need to know where you appear online, and that can allow you to slowly remove traces to those things. Right now, open another window and just type in your name. You might see something pop up immediately related to you. Especially if you did something worthy of coverage.
If you’re like this writer, you probably will see articles you wrote for this website among many more. However, one often ignored area is the image territory. We assume if we can find out what pops up in website searches, then we’ll find what we’re connected to. However, this won’t catch everything. Thus, the image sector will possibly show images that can link you up to more places your image connects to that average website searches will not. Look for everything your images connect to!