Reasons Not To Announce Your Move On Social Media

Reasons Not To Announce Your Move On Social Media 

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Moving to a new home?

You’ll want to share this exciting news with everyone! Nowadays, social media is where we go to share life events. But, before you announce your move, know why announcing the move on social media is not always advised.   

Security experts advise that details of a move should not be publicly shared on social media. It can invite possible burglary or vandalism, to both your old and new home, especially if you share your moving dates and status updates, along with images. In addition, not only will close friends and relatives see your exciting news, but also colleagues, acquaintances, and some people that you really might not know at all. So, How do you announce your moving on social media? If you decide to announce your move on social media, you can create an events page. Make sure that your privacy settings are turned on. Sending a private message within the social media site to all those you want to tell, is a safer way to announce your move. If facebook is your social media platform, what should you not post on facebook status? Do not share the address of your current home, or the home you’re moving too. Do not post images of the layout of your home.  

Do you have to tell people you’re moving? If you do announce your move on social media, it’s best to first tell the people closest to you. 

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