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Why Trolls Aren’t As Bad For You As You Think

Scott CunninghamDec 28, 2018, 10:55:21 PM

First I'd like to thank a troll on Minds for inspiring this content for today and making it easier for me. To trolls: thanks for all your help in marketing my content and helping me trend

To people who are upset with trolls: understand it is going to happen and you can just block them or regulate them on your content so you can reap the benefit of their engagement and marketing opportunities created. A troll can make you trend just as much as a loyal fan, the only difference is the troll isn't aware of how much they help you versus how much they hinder you. Let them be annoying and then just delete their comments after. You win in the end with the trend.

As one of my followers @roo3story on Minds mentioned, the tech support is not your helicopter parent, you can either block them and deal with it yourself or capitalize on it. It's a lot easier for you to block them than it is for them to try to make multiple accounts and go through tons of effort to troll you. You just have to be actionable and not decide you're a victim of trolling. I have been gang-stalked on Twitter in the past and I just dealt with it. It didn't last long because it takes them a lot more effort than it takes me. By no means am I encouraging trolling, but I am encouraging you change the way you look at it.


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