<img src="https://media1.tenor.com/images/ccf1ef76c74b985f544ef2e3e98ded84/tenor.gif?itemid=8103203" alt="Dear Evan Hansen"></a>
Evan Hansen needs your help setting up the Connor Project’s online presence. Help Evan by researching which option works best. A tutor will help you use the relevant tools.
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Before Evan begins to create the Connor Project online presence, he wants to make sure that no one already has the @theconnorproject on social media. Should he spend time searching on each individual social media or use User Search which allows him to search a username across a whole lot of website?
[[Spend time looking at each individual social media->No User Search]]
[[Use <a href="https://usersearch.org/" target="_blank">User Search</a> to search all of them at the same time->Yes User Search]] <img src="https://growitcookitcanitdotcom1.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/img_4262.jpg" alt="apple orchard"></a>
Evan doesn’t have enough time to raise money for the apple orchard. Alana gets upset with him.
[[Next->DoOO]]<img src="https://aviancontrolinc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/iStock-612242240.jpg" alt="apple orchard"></a>
Evan saves time by using this handy tool. Evan now has time raising money for the apple orchard. Alana is happy with him.
[[Next->DoOO]]<img src="https://cdn.dribbble.com/users/37539/screenshots/1541528/devices.gif" alt="apple orchard"></a>
Evan wants to make a website. Should Evan make a website or use a Tumblr?
[[Evan makes a <a href="https://www.tumblr.com/" target="_blank">Tumblr</a>.->Tumblr]]
[[Evan makes a website through a school program, much like <a href="http://umw.domains/" target="_blank">UMW’s Domain of One’s Own</a>.->Website]]<img src="https://thumbs.gfycat.com/MediumMediocreIriomotecat-max-1mb.gif" alt="Tumblr"></a>
Evan ends up not having a lot of say over the aesthetic and functionality of their blog. This makes it hard to make a good blog.
[[Next->Google Alerts]] <img src="https://www.hostingadvice.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/domain-of-ones-own.jpg" alt="website"></a>
Evan has a website that he can make his own. It looks and functions like he wants it to. Everyone comments on how nice the website looks and works.
[[Next->Google Alerts]]<img src="https://media.giphy.com/media/zAzP1J31LEoQU/source.gif" alt="New York Times"></a>
Evan and Alana want to see if the Connor Project gets mentioned in any big articles (like the New York Times). Should they keep refreshing the New York Times or set up a Google Alert?
[[They refresh websites like the <a href="https://www.nytimes.com/" target="_blank">New York Times</a> constantly.->Refresh]]
[[They set up a <a href="https://www.google.com/alerts" target="_blank">Google Alert</a> that will email them when the Connor Project is mentioned anywhere.->Set Up Google Alerts]]<span><img src="http://kinneygroup.com/wp-content/themes/Kinney-new/images/loading_arrows.gif" alt="Refresh"></a></span>
They waste a lot of time doing this. This ends up diverting from the apple orchard project and their fans feel like they are ignoring the projects.
[[Next->Visitor Posting]] <img src="https://redstagfulfillment.com/wp-content/uploads/logo-google-alerts.jpg" alt="Google Alerts"></a>
They free up a lot of time doing this. Consequently, they find more time to focus on the apple orchard project. They get closer to achieving their money goal.
[[Next->Visitor Posting]]<img src="https://neilpatel.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Facebook-page.jpg" alt="Facebook"></a>
The Connor Project creates a <a href="https://www.facebook.com/" target="_blank">Facebook page</a>. They want visitors to have content on their Facebook page. Do they allow visitors to submit posts to them via the page’s messenger or allow visitors to post on the page itself?
[[They allow visitors to submit posts to them via the Page’s messenger and then copy and paste the text and images to a post.->Messenger]]
[[They change the settings to allow people to post on their Facebook page.->Visitor Post]]<img src="https://media.giphy.com/media/eVy46EWyclTIA/giphy.gif" alt="Facebook"></a>
This becomes so much work that their fans feel like they have abandoned them. This leads the tormented fans to leave hate comments on their Instagram.
[[Next->Instagram]] <img src="https://paulschlegelmann.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/dsc06026-1.jpg" alt="Apple Orchard"></a>
This frees up time for the Connor Project staff. They are able to focus more on raising more money for the apple orchard. In fact, they raise $1,000 for the apple orchard.
[[Next->Instagram]]<span><img src="https://i.gifer.com/PEcn.gif" alt="Instagram Notifications"></a><span>
After a while, the Connor Project <a href="https://www.instagram.com/" target="_blank">Instagram</a> begins to receive trolling the comments section. Does Evan waste time blocking each user who leaves a nasty comment or should he Enable Keyword Filters on comments?
[[Block users on a case to case basis->Block Users]]
[[Enable Keyword Filters on comments->Keyword]] <img src="https://pixel.nymag.com/imgs/daily/selectall/2018/01/22/delete-apps.w710.h473.gif" alt="Facebook"></a>
This takes time. Evan can’t control the hate by himself and the trolls take over the account. Evan is forced to close the Instagram account.
[[Next->Conclcusion]] <img src="https://media.giphy.com/media/pJjKzRqY9HwME/giphy.gif" alt="Instagram"></a>
Evan keeps the trolls at bay. The Instagram account ends up getting a lot more support and helping a lot of people with their mental health.
[[Next->Conclcusion]]<img src="https://i.pinimg.com/originals/ee/6c/0b/ee6c0ba4893c39bf9d4f55584243c7d4.gif" alt="Dear Evan Hanen gif"></a>
You have successfully helped Evan Hansen setup the Connor Project’s online presence. Your name will be added to the Broadway raffle.