Have you ever...?



Have you ever thought about what you post or who might see it?

A clean social media network is very important for everyone. Most importantly, for business, your future careers, personal reputations and specifically focused on in this study, politics. 

I am a Political Science major at the University of Georgia and I did an independent study on Social Media and Politics. I wanted to find out what benefits social media offered politics and campaigning, and how politicians use it while campaigning. I sent Congressman Doug Collins a series of questions about the benefits and flaws of social media and I am still waiting on their return. I hope to get those back very soon, but I regret that I will not be able to include Mr. Collins' insight on this guide as I had hoped.

Today, social media can be used for inappropriate reasons such as, people posting vulgar comments and pictures creating drama and bad reputations. My goal in this study was to solve this problem so I created a guide for you to clean up your social media lifestyle! I believe in clean social media because it reflects people and their personal lives and can follow you for the rest of your life if you are not careful. The most important part about joining a social media network is to meet new people, reconnect with people, and form support groups (mostly for politicians). Social media should not be criticized for being an outlet for inappropriate comments and photos because it is great for everyone to have. 

Follow steps 1 through 5 on the right sidebar to get a thorough insight on how to clean up your social media network today, before it is too late!