Re: [newtech-1] Getting Verizon and other corporate giant's attention in the digital age.

From: Jesse S.
Sent on: Monday, March 4, 2013 12:26 PM
@Mike, thanks for the suggestion. Although I feel that it should follow once I have figured out how to get the discussion threads "really big" per @Rujie's suggestion. Anyone have any ideas about how to garner public appeal or to get the traction needed to get it off the ground in the social media world?


On Mon, Mar 4, 2013 at 12:20 PM, Ruijie <[address removed]> wrote:

Human beings don't like people to criticize them, so do big companies. They will just try to ignore all the noise, unless you can make it really big and they can't hide anymore.

On Mar 4,[masked]:31 AM, "Jesse Sanford" <[address removed]> wrote:
Has anyone attempted to use social media to directly effect a personal cause? I have been trying to get Verizon wireless to pay attention to how horribly their customer service has treated me and started the following campaign on social media. Any help/direction would be appreciated!

Dear Verizon... a customer support horror story: http://www.dearverizon.com/




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