'Gorilla salesman' by Sunfrog1 It’s been there for awhile, quite awhile really.  I’ve been able to ignore it for the most part, though it is getting a bit old.

I’m talking about those MLM types, thinking they can gain some advantage through sheer following numbers on Twitter.  Fancy schemes to gain thousands of new followers in 48 hours or less.

What purpose does this serve?  If your tweets/following percentage can’t even break 1%, why are you there?  Why would I even care?  Why are you gaming my account and others?  We can see through what you’re trying to do.

Do you want to know why?

Like a bad 70’s disco LP, stuck in the past. Singing the same tune like so many previous polyester leisure suit wearing, used-car salesman before you.  Am I stereotyping? Gee, sorry – there’s a reason for it.  Your last-century marketing efforts are lost in the reality of the 21st century.  You might as well try selling toothbrushes door to door for all the good your Twitter account does.

Take your glossy commercials with pop stars, your shiny hummer, that damn inflatable Gorilla, delete your spam account and start over.  We’re not buying it.

Photo credit: Sunfrog1

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