To post or not to post? What you need to know about your reputation.

There are 900 million social media users plugged into Facebook alone, and nearly 500 million of them log into the social network every single day. In fact, in just one day on Facebook, 250 million photos are uploaded, and 532 million statuses are updated. And that doesn’t even count the millions of tweets sent, tumblrs updated, and instagrams snapped. With so much personal content constantly being uploaded to the web, it’s no small wonder that so many recruiters and would-be employers or business partners are turning to various social networking platforms to determine the personalities of prospects. I mean, don’t you do the same?

Here is an important tip: Stay forward-thinking in the types of things you post, tweet, and otherwise put up online. It’s important to impanelment your personality into your social media and online marketing efforts, BUT don’t post anything you really don’t want your prospective business partners or employers to see.

The following infographic provides a handy flowchart to determine the ever-increasingly important question: To post, or not to post?

To Post or Not to Post Infographic