Large UK cosmetics brand 'Lush' deletes their social media presense

Discussion in 'Social Networking' started by R0binHood, Apr 9, 2019.

  1. R0binHood

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    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-47871948

    This follows one of the biggest pub brands in the UK doing the same last year, Wetherspoons.

    I can understand not wanting to pay to play on FB, but it does seem a bit weird to delete some of those large accounts on Insta and Twitter when you can still market effectively without playing if you produce some quality content and have a savvy marketing team.
     
  2. doubt

    doubt Tazmanian

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    Seems enough is enough :
     
  3. R0binHood

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    Ahh yes, the age old problem of "We tried to fit in with the cool kids on social media but got our asses handed to us by the public when our campaigns were **** so we're just going to pay established influencers that are the on pulse to plug our brand now". That makes sense.
     
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  4. KimmiKat

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    Maybe they should've just stayed on Twitter and dump the rest, especially FB.
     
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  6. MagicalAzareal

    MagicalAzareal Magical Developer

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    I wouldn't mind dropping all these censorship empire social networks where they keep fiddling with algorithms and show you want they want you to see rather than what you've specifically told them you want to see.

    Unfortunately, I can't burn every bridge, so I'll just settle for boycotting evil Facebook.
     
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