• Karen Carrington

Social Media Etiquette

Updated: Apr 14

It’s standard for employers and educational institutions to search candidates’ social media accounts before granting an interview or accepting an application, so be sure that your accounts don’t jeopardize your chances. Ramp up the privacy settings on your personal accounts so your posts aren’t visible to non-contacts. Remove and un-tag morally or legally questionable photos. Find and delete any disparaging comments you’ve made about previous employers or colleagues. Make sure your LinkedIn profile has an updated resume, and begin engaging with relevant professional groups. Your social media presence contains years of information about you, and your exposure increases with the digitization of society. If you want to use social media to say and share what you please, consider creating semi-anonymous accounts with a nickname.


Be mindful of what you post! Everything you post follows you on the internet!

  • YouTube
  • Amazon
  • LinkedIn
  • Instagram
  • Facebook
  • Twitter