How To Decide If You Should Post Something On Social Media
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We all love sharing things on Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks. But there’s some things that are better off left private Some Things Should Remain Private: What Not To Share On Facebook Some Things Should Remain Private: What Not To Share On Facebook Ah, Facebook. The grandfather of all social networks, where we all share all sorts of weird things without a second thought. Despite its horrible reputation when it comes to privacy, Facebook still manages to lull... Read More .

So how’s one to decide what they should share? You might think you have a post that all of your friends and followers will love, but how can you be sure? The answer is simple: take a look at this handy flow chart and make a smart sharing decision.

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  1. Mary Catheryne Torrez Watson
    December 22, 2014 at 4:23 pm

    All I can say is "so what"? And how the hell can a job recruiter get on my site if I have it locked up so that only friends can see it? I have to say that I will continue to post what I want on my FB and whoever doesn't like it can just see themselves out of it. I have several friends who post many different things and some do it because it is catharitic and others do it because they just feel like it. It's SOCIAL media for Zeus's sake....not the gosh darn Declaration of Independence. I say post what you want and if someone doesn't like it, then they know where they can go.
    If a job recruiter is going to judge me by the contents of my FB page then I probably don't want that job!!!

  2. DangerMan
    December 22, 2014 at 3:58 pm

    Uh, that part about "a baby" doesn't quite fit in there.

    A great many people use Facebook for sharing pictures of their family with their loved ones. Baby pictures get the MOST likes of anything.