Should I Post This? A Social Media Flowchart

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To post, or not to post?

In today’s business world, it’s important to build your own personal brand online. This means that, just as any business would, you need to set some crisis management rules for yourself in regards to what you put out there for the world to see.

One common mistake, with far-reaching consequences, is sharing things you really shouldn’t on the ‘net. Whether it’s a picture of that “awesome” party you went to last night or a rant spawned by a bad day at work, a lot of things get published that could lead to negative perceptions of you, or the organization you represent. Of course, our own Weiner Awards are evidence of that!

We recommend anyone who uses social media sets firm rules on what they will and will not share, and this infographic from should help get you started:

The BCM Blogging Team

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