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Undoubtedly, you have jealous competitors with a vested interest in damaging you and your reputation online. You could also be the target of ignorant or bored people who think it is fun to go online and disparage others. Either way, if you are trying to create an online presence using new media, videos and other social media tools to establish your authority as a subject matter expert online, then you will need to know how to deal with these people.
Sure, you can delete their negative comments or setup your account profiles to screen their comments before they get posted, but is that the best way to handle it? Surprisingly, the answer might be no.
At a conference in San Diego recently, one of our owners had the opportunity to visit with Paul Colligan, who is a well-known online marketing expert. Our owner told him about TestMyTeen.com, a company that sells home drug tests and home drug test kits online to parents.
As you can imagine, there are all kinds of people (drug users in particular) who do not consider the similarities between a parent looking at a report card to MAKE SURE their kids are doing well in school and parents looking at the results of a drug test at home to MAKE SURE their kids are living a drug free lifestyle. Comments directed at TestMyTeen.comʼs Facebook page, YouTube channel and blogs are often less than complimentary.
Paul did not see this as an obstacle. He saw it as an opportunity. What better social proof could TestMyTeen.com possibly put on display than a bunch of critics arguing about why it is no big deal for kids to experiment with drugs?
Let critics argue that a 12-year-old kid's “right to privacy” in the home should outweigh things as the legal and health dangers of heroin use, cocaine use, or possession. If parents had any doubt about how accessible drugs were to their kids or how little fear of consequences so many kids have regarding drugs, what better way to show them than to let them see it for themselves? The more TestMyTeen.comʼs opponents try to discredit their online website promotion and website marketing strategy, the more the critics demonstrate the nationwide need for their services.
Based on that discussion with Paul, there may be plenty of incidents where it is best to “love the hate” and resist the urge to silence your critics online. Turn your adversaries into allies.
If your critics have a legitimate concern or complaint, acknowledge it, apologize quickly, deal with it professionally and learn how to prevent a reoccurrence. If you do, then most people are likely to respect your efforts, and you learn how to improve. It’s a win-win