5 ways to avoid social media blunders
Has some dos and don’ts for success with social media.
As much as I love/hate social media, I can’t imagine a world without NeighTwitBookInstaChat. I mean, what else would I do during long boring meetings?
But while social media platforms have become an essential part to most of our lives (nearly 90 per cent of Kiwis aged 15 years or older use social media), many of us are still not using it ‘‘correctly’’.
We all have our pet peeves about social media (who’s sick of seeing baby photos?), and sadly it’s all too common to hear stories about – or be subjected to – online bullying. So how can you avoid some of the most frequently made social media pitfalls? photos of yourself on social media afterwards might come back to haunt you when it comes to your current job or any future employment. If your friend is the one posting the pictures, simply untag yourself.