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Keeping Travelers Safe – Social Media Best Practices
May 30th, 2018   Lisa Arredondo

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If you travel to danger hot-spots, be advised against being to forthcoming when sharing your experiences

Facebook

Be weary of posting real-time location updates.

Instagram

It is safer to post that awesome photo when you’re traveling to the next destination, especially if you plan to geo-tag your location.

Instagram Stories

As tempting as it is to take the Instagram community on the trip with you through real time Instagram story posts, sharing your exact location at the moment is not ideal. If you must, turn your settings to ensure only your followers or certain people can see your story.

Twitter

Live tweeting reviews of your hotel? It’s the best to rave (or rant) about your accommodations after you have checked out.