18 questions you need to ask yourself before uploading that photo
June 8, 2013
This is a shame-free zone: It’s OK to love social media to the point of obsession. Go ahead, Instagram your next 24 hours. Tweet about the monotony of your commute home! Check-in to your house on Facebook. We don’t judge, because we love that stuff.
And just like everyone else living their lives on the Internet, we know that part of the protocol is posting all sorts of photos on the regular, may it be a selfie in the car, a picture of a spectacular sunset, your bagel at Starbucks, a screen grab of a funny chat message, or a stylized inspirational quote. However, after an hour or so browsing your regular online haunts, you’ll find yourself growing more and more impatient and annoyed as you get bombarded by a stream of photos that aren’t really cutting it. Or, on the flipside, after a few glasses of wine, maybe you’re thinking it’s time to upload those 500 photos of your trip to Florida. Well, you’ve come to the right place.
Nobody wants to be “that guy” or “that girl” when it comes to social sites. To that end, here are a few questions you should ask yourself uploading that photo to Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, or wherever. And answer honestly, OK?
Read the whole article here: http://www.digitaltrends.com/social-media/the-fine-art-of-posting-photos-on-the-internet-a-questionnaire
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