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I can't imagine how many times you must have proof read this so as to be certain you weren't setting yourself up for a fall.
Good article though. It's definitely an internet wide issue that gets many an educated person's goat.
I think so too. Thanks for dropping by Karl.
Nicely summed up and entertaining throughout, I enjoyed reading this.
It's so true that every atempt to quash a crisi should start with an apology and an admittance of any wrong doing, without this you just can't move forward.
The fact that companies such as Kitchen Aid are falling into these pitfalls just goes to highlight how easy to is for disaster to strike. I guess we will just have to wait and see what the future holds regarding social media regulations.
Thanks for dropping by Zach.