A Discussion on Bullying, and Not of the Trademark Kind

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There’s been a lot of talk on DuetsBlog about trademark bullies. Some of this may apply, but I’m talking about the bullies that leave uncalled-for comments and “intrude” on your social space.

The consensus, more often than not, is that as a business, you must reply (in hopes that you can display your ability to deal with something like a flaw in your product). No response, in that case, makes your business look like it doesn’t care about your customers—it works against you.

There are some great articles on how to respond to criticism. I’m sure we could talk all day about the best practices of responding to criticism, but that’s not what I’d like to focus on. There’s talk about how to respond, but I’d like to cover when it’s appropriate not to respond.

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