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A Social Media Etiquette Guide For Anyone On Vacation

With great technology comes great responsibility. And with the Discover it® Miles Card, you’ll get up to $30 credit towards in-flight Wi-Fi annually, so you can start ‘gramin the minute your trip begins.

1. Keep the classic poolside leg-shots to a minimum.

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Unless it's hot dog legs, which are always funny.

2. Selfies are fine, but a selfie of a selfie is overkill.

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And always let goats be the star of their own photo.

3. Tell us where you are!

4. Always ask yourself, "Is this an overshare?"

5. Get permission before taking pictures of the locals.

6. Don't automatically friend people you barely met.

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Start with an email and see how it goes.

7. Cool it on the hashtags.

8. Take photos that are worth seeing and that aren't just a humblebrag.

9. Speaking of humblebrags, think about editing yourself.

10. Be sparing with pictures of your hotel room.

11. Pictures of your feet are not OK.

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We don't care about your matching sandal tans.

12. You are allowed one photo of your meal...

13. ...and ONE sunset.

Every sunset is unique, and every picture of a sunset is not.

14. When it comes to photo albums, moderation is key.

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Photo grids are your friends. If you're pushing 100 photos, you've gone too far.

15. Inspirational quotes don't always inspire.

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We get it, really we do, but sometimes it's a little much.

16. When you see something worth sharing, you'll know it.

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Enjoy up to $30 of in-flight Wi-Fi courtesy of the Discover it® Miles Card each year.