You’ve seen this on Twitter, and knew something was wrong. It just didn’t seem right, but couldn’t quite put your finger on what it was. Companies self gratifying themselves online. They seem pretty social, but is it all an act? What are these companies doing to create the illusion as if they’re social?
Here’s their secret: they talk among themselves, retweet each other and high five each other constantly online. But where’s the beef? Let’s take a closer look.
Circle Jerk Social Media, action taken by members of an association / company / organization who engage in online conversations amongst themselves but have little (or no) interactions outside those circles.
Companies whose employees tweet about their colleagues and company constantly, but rarely interact with anyone outside their organization.
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