Skip to comments.Amazon Pays ‘Creepy’ Twitter Accounts to Say Nice Things About Company
Posted on 08/25/2018 4:27:03 AM PDT by markomalley
Amazon has confirmed its paying employees to say good things about working for the company on Twitter in an effort to combat bad press about work conditions in its warehouses.
Several Twitter users discovered the accounts, which are almost identical looking except for the picture, and presumed they were bots before Amazon confirmed they were real employees.
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I’m sure the people who run Twits will
Kinda like buying a newspaper to get your globalist/DemonRat slave owner message out to the masses?
Twitter is still a thing?
I don’t see anything wrong with this. Reading the post they are real comments. And believe it or not there actually are some employees that are happy to work at their workplaces.
They are PAID to shill for Amazon
Buy from overstock.com. No need to buy from Amazon.
The founder of overstock.com is a patriot.
You don’t know the meaning of the word shill.
So everything on the internet isn’t true? And everyone on the internet may not be who they represent themselves to be?
I wonder who is paying the unrelenting negative comments on President Trumps twitter account
Amazon SMILE accounts.... WHERE IS THE DONATION GOING ??
They’re employees that do things other than write comments on Twitter. They probably get a bonus or something for every positive comment they make what is wrong with that?
Mental Floss does it. Sick of them being shills for Bezos.
In other words, they are paid to LIE for Amazon.
It is called, Internet Opinion Management.
You pay a firm, usually in DC, that runs thousands of AI bots on hundreds of Internet forums to say good things about you, creating the impression that consumer views of your company are overwhelmingly positive.
Pioneered by the Left during the 2004 election cycle, this went mainstream a decade ago.
I ordered two plumbing items from overstock.com (approx $120 in value), received the items quickly, realized I’d ordered the wrong items, called their contact number for return directions...phone was answered by a human almost immediately. No argument about the return, just pure and simple help. I will use them again.
You see it all the time in comments. Be it a product that is getting lots of complaints but one that says it is the best thing ever to comments about any story. The sugary comment stands out.
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