How to Avoid Writing a Social Media Post You'll Regret Later

How to Avoid Writing a Social Media Post You’ll Regret Later

The political meme posted to Facebook.
 
The tone-deaf tweet. 
 
The clip of your video rant. 
 
The indiscreet post. 
 
If you’re on social media, then the odds are you’ve posted something regrettable online. 
 
It may seem obvious that people shouldn’t post off-color, racist, sexist, and inappropriate comments on social media, but lapses in judgment can happen when people start posting when they are in a “hot” state. 
 
On this episode, how to prevent writing a regrettable social media post. And if you do, what to do next. 

 


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