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Twitter is a network that praises transparency. If you’re honest about who you are, you can’t go wrong in your tweets, right?
Well, there’s honest as in “I made a mistake and now I’m owning up to it”, but there’s also honest as in “here is all my personal info, do with it what you will”. In your path to honesty and transparency online, here are 5 things you should never, ever share.
As the warmer weather beckons, Twitter seems less and less important next to a good tan. But don’t let sandy beaches distract you from maintaining an active Twitter account! You can enjoy fun in the sun while your Twitter account happily tweets away – without you guiding it.
So you’re packing your bags with sunscreen and that teenie-weenie bikini, excited for a week on white sand and in the hot sun. I’m sure you’re tempted to share your excitement with your friends and followers on Twitter, but I highly recommend you show some restraint. There are a number of reasons why you shouldn’t tweet your vacation, both to maintain your professionalism and for your own security.