Date added: 5.2.2015
How many times have you seen something online that made you want to fire off a fast and angry response? Perhaps someone said something negative about a photo you posted, or maybe someone put up a response to one of your posts and said somethingMoreHow many times have you seen something online that made you want to fire off a fast and angry response? Perhaps someone said something negative about a photo you posted, or maybe someone put up a response to one of your posts and said something extraordinarily rude to you. Welcome to the Internet. These sorts of things happen all of the time, and there’s a huge element of danger when it comes to responding to those types of messages or from writing mean or thoughtless posts of your own.From sending emails to texting, posting photos, writing blogs, and posting missives to places such as Facebook and Twitter, there’s a certain element of danger involved. You have to be very careful of the things you put up on the web. Putting up that joke that you find hilarious could get you into trouble with your family or even at work. Posting a photo of you drunk and passed out poolside might have a negative effect if you are trying to get a job. Posting what you feel is humorous sarcasm on Twitter might come off as mean spirited to others, who don’t understand that you were trying to be funny.The point is that you need to be careful of what you do when you are online! Essentially, what you need to do is to stop and ask yourself if you should really post something. If you ever feel even a twinge of doubt about whether you should post it… don’t post that!Don’t Post That! Your Guide to Keeping a Good Online Reputation will help you learn more about what you should and should not post, as well as how certain types of posts can affect your family and friends, your work, and your brand. Learn from the book so you don’t make the mistakes that so many others have in the past! Dont Post That!: Your Guide to Keeping a Good Online Reputation by John W. Bowlin Sr.