They’re like pesky little mosquitoes. You didn’t invite them to your barbeque, but they show up anyway to spoil your fun.
If only there was a virtual equivalent to Aeroguard.
As long as you’re active online, then there’s a good chance that you’ve probably encountered a troll or two in your time.
Trolls are fact-denying, name calling, pot stirrers that feed off negativity and conflict for their own amusement.
Their antics range from mildly annoying, to extremely offensive, and everything in between.
There have been countless accounts of trolls attacking celebrities and brands across social media websites.
Since we can’t avoid trolls, we’ve got to learn how to deal with them, at both an individual level, and at a brand level.
Trolls aren’t going anywhere any time soon. The following video talks a bit more about trolls, and how to handle them more effectively:
Let me know in the comments –
- Have you seen any recent trolling examples online?
- How would you handle a troll attack online? Would you follow NIna’s example?
- What do you think makes someone an easy target for a troll attack?
Until next time,