Please stop

This is one of my pet hates.

It’s sad that marketers have figured out how to get their brand into my timeline, even when I have chosen not to follow them. And even sadder that it works.

2 thoughts on “Please stop

  1. Chain letters used to piss me off, then email chain letters. Eventually they seem to have died off (or perhaps they’re just being filtered into my junk folder). Like everything else on Twitter this is faster, and it’s being used to market more mainstream products – rather than just dodgy pyramid schemes. I can only hope that if it works for them now, it’s a relatively short term effect, and that eventually the stigma of having a product that needs such pushy marketing to succeed will cause this vile practice to wither…

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