17 Jul Do not tag others without permission
It is bad practice to tag someone in a picture, an event, a sales pitch, or an ad that has nothing to do with that person. Being a rock child of the 80’s, “so-and-so commented on a picture you are tagged in” always makes me nervous. Very nervous, but that is a story for another day. Do not fill up social media inboxes and notifications with irrelevant tags. It is a quick way to be unfollowed and blocked for good. Best practice? Never, ever tag anyone in anything without his or her permission.
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Another good rule of thumb: if you are not supposed to be somewhere or not supposed to be with someone, don’ t be.
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