When it comes to posting content on your social media for your business, it’s essential that the content being put out is helpful to your company and impacts your brand in a positive way. Today, social media is a heavier influencer and most often the first impression for most. Check out these tips of what NOT to post on social media to make sure that you are putting your best foot forward on your social media pages.

Irrelevant Content

Did you come across a funny meme that you are dying to share? If it doesn’t share the image of your brand and make sense with your company’s mission, I would recommend saving that post for your personal account.

Incorrect Information

If a client is looking to your social media platforms for information regarding your company, what you stand for, and the type of work you produce, you want to be able to have consistent platforms that provide up to date accurate information so that they can get the most out of their visit to your platforms.

Twitter Wars, Facebook Fights, Instagram Arguments, etc.

Occasionally, a comment is made on a thread of social media posts that creates some controversy between online users. If this occurs, it’s important to handle it in a professional manner as opposed to jumping in and proving your own controversial response that may not be well thought out.

Content that is not proofread

There’s nothing worse than running behind on content that needs to be posted; however, rushing through it without proofreading it before posting is a mistake. There could be typos, incorrect information, or fragments that could have used another glance.

Boring Posts

This may seem like a no brainer, but it’s important to keep your viewers entertained while still providing relevant information to your brand. Keep your viewers coming back for more!


Before you post that on social media, give it another thought, if you’re a bit hesitant – you probably shouldn’t post that on your business page. A great way to ensure that you’re publishing quality content is to schedule and plan it out in advance. Need help planning your social media strategy? Give us a call at (833) FIT-TECH!