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When Instagram first become popular it was thought of as a user-friendly platform where anyone could make an aesthetically pleasing feed of cool pics.

However, it's fair to say that it's become a social media giant over the years, and now what you post is a reflection of you (in a big way), as well as your own 'personal brand'.

With that in mind, there are plenty of things you should be wary of when uploading your content, as these days it's only wise to think twice about what you're about to post before you actually do it.2

Want to know what thezoereport.com says are the top 7 things you should keep away from your Insta?

Keep reading!

1. Videos Filmed without Permisson

Do not film anything that goes on in your office without your bossโ€™ explicit permission.

If you want to post an innocuous-seeming IG story, ask a coworker to watch it before postingโ€”just to ensure there isnโ€™t anything confidential going on in the background.

(But better yet, just abstain.)

2. Emotional Cries for Help

You just broke up with your significant other, and we get itโ€”you want to post content that makes him or her feel bad about losing you.

The problem is that this type of content often has the opposite effect: It will just make you seem like a sad person struggling through a breakup.2

When youโ€™re in the throes of an emotional event, we suggest waiting 24 hours before posting anything new.

Chances are that after some thought, youโ€™ll realize the post doesnโ€™t make you look as desirable as you hoped.

(Itโ€™s also worth noting that a sudden flurry of inspirational quotes is a very obvious cry for help, so consider this before you go overboard with words of wisdom.)

3. Uninformed Political Views

Try to adequately research something before posting about it, as you never know these days what might get picked up by the mainstream media.2

Admittedly, this is more of a concern on Twitter than it is on Instagram, but stillโ€”weโ€™d be wary of posting anything thatโ€™s misinformed.

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