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Friends don’t let friends drink and tweet.
No one wants to see misspelling-riddled, excessively punctuated messages in their feed, let alone inappropriate content on a brand’s Twitter account.
The clever team over at Addvocate have assembled an infographic to help you gauge the safety in engaging in social media depending on your level of intoxication.
Everyone does it.
You misspell a word and press “Send” too quickly; you’re a social media manager for a brand and you tweet something personal to the company’s thousands of followers; you send a tweet that was meant to be a DM.
It happens, and it’s not the end of the world. But it’s always smart to keep apprised of the potential Twitter traps to avoid, and prepare a game plan for when you do mess up.
Here are three common Twitter goofs. Before you panic, we’ll also help you out with a few damage control tactics.