Have you ever wanted to rant about a client or post juicy gossip about a witness you just met? It’s happened to a lot of us but we recommend resisting the urge to share confidential or otherwise negative information online. When it comes to social media tips for court reporters, we recommend calling a trusted colleague, sharing with a spouse, or keeping it to yourself. Don’t risk the wrong person seeing an update that compromises your professional reputation or worse sharing something you might regret later.
We caution you to think strategically when it comes to your presence on social media whether that’s personal or professional. Some things are better left unsaid or discussed privately among close friends and family.
Social media isn’t bad and doesn’t need to be avoided. You just need a strategy for how to use it.
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