“It was one small chest, hardly overflowing. And it still smells of troll.”
— Bilbo Baggins
“The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”
Every now and then, I’ll purposely troll friends on Flakebook.
I tell them I only troll people I like. If I don’t like you, I won’t even bother trolling you. And I only troll people I like because, the way I understand it (and I may not understand it… chasing social media algorithms is boring), it helps my friends.
Because my kind of trolling often gets engagement.
And, engagement, often gets Flakebook love from what I am told.
And, if there is engagement, it shows your post to more people.
I’m just not seeing a downside to having flakebook trolls.
That is, unless you’re easily rattled and don’t know how to handle trolls. If you get angry, emotional, and frustrated with trolls… instead of using their troll ways to your advantage, then you probably should shun trolls.
Wait a minute, what?
How do you use trolling to your advantage?
It’s quite simple:
When you see someone trolling you on Flakebook, take something they say, and write an email about it designed to sell your product/service. And, it doesn’t have to be Flakebook trolls. It can be people who troll you by email, Twitter, or any other media.
They’re giving you a gift.
And, yes, profit from it.
And you know what else?
When you use my email methods, trolls put gold in ye olde pocketses.
You simply use the info I teach about using Q&A’s in the Email Players Playbook. And, instead of answering someone’s question, you quote the troll, answer it, and use my ways to make the sale.
Anyway, that book comes with your subscription.
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