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Types of Trolls

Create a Unified Community
Create a Unified Community

Create a Unified Community If you have a loyal online community you may not have to worry much about trolls since the members will monitor themselves. Furthermore, when a troll does appear, your community may take matters into their own hands and drive of the trolls themselves.

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Don't Provide a Platform
Don't Provide a Platform

If you want to keep your online reputation intact and create a thriving online community that is friendly and engaging, then you have to effectively have to handle trolls. Here are ten ways you can accomplish just that. 1. Establish a Policy. When dealing with trolls the first step is to establish a policy for user comments.

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Establish a Policy
Establish a Policy

Establish a Policy When dealing with trolls the first step is to establish a policy for user comments. These policies should clearly detail what kind of comments are allowed and be outlined on your website and social media accounts.

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Ignore Them
Ignore Them

2. Ignore Them. Trolls want attention. They want to get you angry, frustrated or uncomfortable. No matter how difficult it might be, simply ignoring a troll could your best tactic because when they don’t get a response, they’ll most likely go away. In fact, according to the Pew Research Center, 60% of respondents opted to ignore online harassment. 3.

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Listen
Listen

The soundtrack from Trolls, a 2016 Movie, tracklist, listen to 13 full soundtrack songs, play 17 sample & full OST music, 10 additional songs & 2 trailer tracks. View who sings all the songs used in the animation film. Read scene descriptions when the film plays at the cinema.

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Make Let Light of the Situation
Make Let Light of the Situation

3. Make Let Light of the Situation. Rachel Wisuri states on Social Media Examiner humor is one of the best ways to handle trolls.

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Unmask Them
Unmask Them

Unmask Them Tim Dowling explains this nicely in an article for The Guardian, “Trolls thrive on anonymity.” By taking away that power, you may make that troll think twice about leaving nasty comments on your website, blog, or social media account. Dowling, however, doesn’t say you have to uncover and reveal their name and address,. You may be able to “turn your rage into pity”. For example, someone who constantly criticizes your writing could have a laughable blog.

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Use Moderators and Online Tools
Use Moderators and Online Tools

6. Use Moderators and Online Tools. If you have the resources you may want to consider hiring a team of moderators to monitor activity on your site, blog or forum. These monitors have the power to approve or remove inappropriate comments. You can also use disemvoweling or hellbanning tools or plugins to battle trolls.

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