Posted On March 15, 2017 In Helpful Information
One of the worst spring break mistakes is to make careless posts on social media. Clogging your Facebook or Instagram feeds with unprofessional or unflattering posts may lead to consequences that follow you for life. Your relationships with family, or obligations to school administrators or employers can also suffer damage. What you post online will never go away. Think of the following consequences of social media mistakes before you hit the post button.
Alcohol is a major reason people show poor judgement when posting on social media during spring break. However, even the excitement of the moment can lead to permanent consequences. Always have your future in mind when you are posting on social media. Are your posts something you would want your family, employers or school administrators to see?
It’s also a good rule of thumb to keep your personal and professional social media accounts separate. You can have social media accounts for your professional life and personal life. If they are not separate, you can max out your privacy settings to increase the chances only select people can see your posts. For example, Facebook allows you to limit who can search for you or see your timeline. You can also use security options to limit who can search for you on Google.
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