The first public notice by a person I reviewed was about a year ago. But today I get a ton of comments, where the commenter doesn’t even look at the article, goes straight to the comments page…
Damage control. Reputation management. 1 Trying to drown out my voice.
I don’t care. I just delete the comments, and go on with my day.
But obviously someone really cares: my truthful vibrational reviews cut into their revenues, so it hurts.
Do I like that? I don’t. But as long as you can’t tell whether a program will work or not, whether you are wasting your money or not, I am going to keep these reviews on the site.
What do you think?
- reputation management is posting comments, creating new sites, with the intention to drown out the dissenting voices, to bury them. It’s expensive, but it must be worth for the “guru” to spend your money on that… because they don’t want you to have any alternative opinion to what they want you to have: that they are fabulous, their products work, etc. So when you browse, search, you’ll see what they want you to see, and you rarely see the ugly, the fraudaulence, fake, so you can be duped easier. The slogan is: Bury Negative News Online?