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Things you never post on a social media

Things you never post on a social media

Things you never post on a social media

Introduction

Do you ever want to post something on your social media feeds, but don’t because your audience wouldn’t find it interesting? Well guess what? They don’t care. You probably think that’s a stupid reason not to post something to your followers, but it’s actually one of the very reasons posting is important: it helps build relationships and strengthens connections with people who are interested in what you have to say. So with all this in mind, here are some things that made me dislike posting on social media, but still there is things you never post on a social media.

Do not post your feelings about the election.

If you want to talk politics, go to a website or Facebook group that’s dedicated to it. Join in on the conversation there. Don’t use your personal social media accounts as a platform for expressing political views. This will only make people hate you even more than they already do!

If someone posts something offensive on your network, don’t just block them—report them! This will help keep other people from being harassed by individuals who may not be aware of how inappropriate their actions are (and they could get away with it because no one else is reporting them).

Do not post the negatives of your life.

Do not post the negatives of your life.

In this day and age, it’s easy to think that everyone has an opinion on everything. But in reality, it’s only a small percentage of people who feel strongly about anything—and most of them don’t have the time or energy for such things.

If you have something negative to say about something (or someone) in your life, please keep it private between yourself and God! Most likely there are other people who could use some help right now. Don’t unnecessarily drag them down with your negativity!

Do not post anything too personal.

  • Always keep your personal life private.
  • Don’t post anything too personal.
  • It’s okay to be yourself and share your opinions, but don’t go overboard with it.

Do not post photos of if you look bad.

  • Do not post photos of you looking bad.

This is a no-brainer, but it’s also important to keep in mind that your friends and family will be able to see these images as well. If you want to show off your new haircut or new outfit, don’t do it on social media—it’s not good for their morale (or yours).

Do not comment on the past.

It’s not just that you shouldn’t comment on your own post, but also don’t re-post someone else’s comment.

Remember: You can never be too honest.

Do not post anything that is going to make someone else argue with something you posted or re-post it. Just don’t do it.

Do not post anything that is going to make someone else argue with something you posted or re-post it. Just don’t do it.

Posting things that are going to cause arguments is a bad idea because it will only lead people who don’t understand what they’re reading or watching and they’ll think that the person who wrote the comment is an idiot and then they’ll never want to listen to your advice again!

You can never be too honest on social media, but do your best to stay true to yourself and others

You can never be too honest on social media, but do your best to stay true to yourself and others.

  • Don’t use a pseudonym if you don’t want people to know who you are. It will make it hard for them to get in touch with you, which might discourage some people from following your account or even liking your posts.
  • Be careful about what photos or videos you post of yourself at work or school—it could be considered inappropriate by someone else who sees them (for example, if they work there).

Conclusion

Small things can make a huge difference in our lives, and they’re the perfect conversation pieces. We all have stories to tell and experiences to share. By throwing these little snippets of everyday life into social media, we end up sharing more than what we could if we didn’t get them out there. So why would you let that happen to your social media posts?

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