By | Debi Allison | awarenessact.com
While we tend to think little of posting our locations at various times of the day, our plans, our affairs and more, perhaps it is time we did. The internet is public, and you’d be lying to yourself if you thought that the world was filled with only well-intentioned people. And if you are interested in limiting what people see about your life, then keep reading.
Here are ten things you should never post on social media.
1. Your current location.
When we post our location, with or without meaning to, we are giving anyone that has access to our posts the go-ahead to join us. And while that may be okay if you are only friends with those you trust, it can be quite dangerous if anyone who shouldn’t have that information gets it. Be careful when you make posts to not allow geotagging at the very least!