Keep Your Private Life, Private
Despite your desire to have other members understand about your private matters, some people may find that posting very private information is disturbing. Also, this information could easily enable someone to take advantage of you. Some of your friends may not like it if you post and upload pictures of what you did together. Such private and confidential information and pictures should be handled through private messaging.
Mind what you post
Some of your Facebook friends may not hold your values, beliefs and preferences. They may be from different social classes and job groups for example and some of your postings may directly reflect on their perception towards you. Updating your status using a general statement may seem simple to you but others may hold different views about it.
Avoid communicating personal and controversial news
Avoid using Facebook and other social media platforms to pass personal or sad news. Both good and bad news need to be communicated through a phone calls or personal visits instead of social platforms and short message services.
Reply to post comments
Whenever you post a status, your friends are likely to either comment or like it. It is appropriate to respond in the comment section. Any questions directed to you by your friends in the comment section should be answered as required. However, this need not just be done just for the sake of doing but as a means to truly appreciate. Friends are likely to ignore your future posts once they see that you keep ignoring their comments. However, comments that appear silly and unappealing should be ignored.
Control how you post comments
Facebook communication is purely textual with no expression of verbal cues. The Protocol and Etiquette School will teach you how to make use of emoticons to express your feelings in a clear and appropriate manner.
Marcy Breault, "Etiquette Training Guru"