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Living in a “Call Out” Culture

We live in a new era of full exposure, whether we like it or not. A friend goes to a restaurant and immediately shares her opinion – either good or bad – on social media, often with pictures. Your neighbor smells your operation on a summer day, and promptly takes pictures of flies or anything else that supports a negative view of your business, even if it’s not a fair representation, and promptly posts it on social media.

 

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