If things go awry, it's very easy to block their number."If you (like myself) are proud of the way you get to make money, then you probably want to shout it from the figurative mountaintops, and that's perfectly understandable.
You've no doubt worked your butt off to get to where you are professionally, and wanting to celebrate all of your hard work makes sense.
As Davis told Bustle, "one of my clients found that her town posted the sale of her house on their website, and it came up on the first page of Google.
Go into your Facebook settings and change this section so it's more vague."I feel like this one is pretty obvious, but I wanted to bring it up anyway.
If you want to safely date online, it's imperative that all of your first dates happen in public spaces.
To be perfectly honest, I’ve never tried online dating.
I thought about it this time last year, but all I managed to do was repeatedly download and then delete the Tinder and OKCupid apps on my phone — usually while I was sitting on the toilet.
That's a huge security breech — imagine if someone were to show up unannounced at your office!
" Davis continued, "It seems like a worst case scenario, but I have heard of this happening.As we've established, making yourself too easy to Google won't help you stay safe while dating online.So, unsurprisingly, when I asked Davis if it's best not to list your full name on your online dating profile, here's what she said: "while you want to be completely authentic in your profile, you want to be careful about any overly personal details you reveal that may make you Googleable.Giving someone your full name in your profile — or even before you meet — immediately gives them digital access to your background." So, there you have it. Part of the reason I've never delved into online dating is simply because I fear being cellular-ly harassed by matches that just didn't work out; but according to Davis, this fear doesn't have to keep anyone from searching for love (and/or sexy time) online.There is a way to communicate with your dates while simultaneously protecting your cell phone number, and it doesn't involve buying a burner phone like you're Marvel's Jessica Jones.I know this makes me sound like a giant weirdo, but I’m literally scared of Tinder — even though staying safe while dating online is completely doable if you make sure to follow experts' online dating safety tips.