Social Autopsy is bad for business and the web
There’s a new trend going on in tech. It has only recently started in the last 2 years. The need to police speech. Social Autopsy is one of those bad platforms. They claim it’s to keep people “safe,” and making sure people are held accountable for their actions. Except, you can report people anonymously… For business, having your employees on this can be bad. It can hurt your business and maybe keep some bad press. The only solution is to encourage people to have dummy accounts to share their real thoughts without a threat of losing their jobs. In America, we have the first amendment, but we also have people wanting to curb speech. Anything that can be deemed, “hateful,” is silenced. The problem is modern society is so thinned skin. We crave controversy too. It speaks to our lives. We are bored, we hate our lives and try to fill it with the next “outrage.” Unfortunately, businesses can be caught in the middle. Advertising for a popular show that an actor or reality star says something unpopular. Your business could get the public’s ire. On the bright side, there’s more Marketing Blend. Find out more below!
Marketing News I Discuss:
- Google Analytics mobile redesign
- Katch is no more
- How to deal with short attention spans
- Twitter is not doing well and advertisers are noticing
- Google adds a meeting button to calendar
- The problem with Social Autopsy
Apps/Programs to try:
What do you think Google Analytics’s redesign?
[epq-quote align=”align-center”]Katch was a great idea, too bad it didn’t catch on… get it![/epq-quote]
[epq-quote align=”align-center”]I love that you can send GA reports in chat or text.[/epq-quote]
[epq-quote align=”align-center”]Social Autopsy could be bad for business.[/epq-quote]
[epq-quote align=”align-center”]If you have an unpopular ideology, I encourage you to make a dummy account.[/epq-quote]