Don’t Start Discussions Like This

March 27, 2011 Comments Off

This is an extreme version of how most brands go about starting discussions and increasing activity in their community.

Please don't do anything like this:

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It's far too corporate. Far too boring. Far too patronising. You should start a discussion in your online community as you would offline. Keep it short, keep it interesting and keep it honest. 

This is what happens when you put someone from the marketing department in an online community. 


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