😉Jessica Schnurr😉 Digital Citizenship

#1. Remember the golden rule.

This means that you should treat other people the way you want them to treat you. If you are mean to someone, they probably will not be nice to you.

#2. Do not brag.

Do not boast about tomorrow, for you do not know what a day may bring. Let someone else praise you, and not your own mouth; an outsider, and not your own lips. Proverbs 27

#3. Avoid too much information.

Do not put things that are personal or too much information on the internet. People don't need to know about your private life.

#4. Think about the reader.

Don't post every five seconds. People will get annoyed and bothered when you post too much. You should think of the people who read your posts before you post something.

#5. Keep relationship details to yourself.

Nobody cares about your relationship status. If anything, you might make some people feel bad if they are single.

#6. Don't be cryptic.

If you post something confusing, your followers will get confused. I know I get confused at the simplest things.

#7. Don't complain.

A lot of people get annoyed if you are complaining on social media. They do not want to hear if Starbucks got your order wrong.

#8. Curate your photos.

Do not post bad things. People do not want to see them. Post things that your grandma would be okay with.

#9. Change your settings.

Some people can get onto your social media and see your location if you don't change your settings. You would not want people to know where you are.

#10. Post smart.

Do not post bad things, inappropriate things, hateful things, and/or your location. Be smart with what you post.

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Created with images by Hans - "eschscholzia californica poppy blossom"

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