The coming of social media has taken over the world by storm. Despite the fact that social media has made life exciting, not everything is supposed to be shared.
Here are 5 things that you should avoid posting on social media by all costs:
Original Academic Certificates
Many social media users, in an attempt to appeal for a job offer online, post their original academic certificates with the hope of increasing their chances of getting a job.
In the advanced era of technology, posting your original academic certificates is as well as throwing them on the roadside for people to pick and use them to their advantage.
It is easy for people to print your original academic certificates posted online and impersonate you as you continue to wallow in joblessness.
Many social media users have a habit of posting their current locations on social media platforms. With the increased cases of kidnappings and murders, especially in major towns in Kenya, it is no longer safe shouting your current locations.
Photos, Names, and Schools Of Your Kids
It is good to let your social media fans know that you have cool kids and that they go to fancy schools but it is unwise and a danger to the lives of the kids.
Kidnappers are now taking advantage of photos of kids and their schools to identify their targets. Some pretend to be relatives because they know the names of the kids. Stop posting them on social media.
Negative Things About Your Boss
This will have you fired. Most bosses are on social media too, some with unknown pseudo names. If you must post something negative about them, you better quit first.
If you want to negatively talk about your boss on social media, use other people who are not really linked to you provided you will not be positioned as a case study.
Images Of Your Cars and Plates
You may have a cool car and enjoying your middle-class life but bragging with it online will cost you the car and maybe your life. When criminals know your car and plates, it is easier for them to hijack you. Be careful. Live your life.