Anti-bully and anti-stalker best practise for Twitter

Anti-bully, anti-bullying, anti-stalker, anti-stalking, twitter, troll, harassment, hate speech. Best Practise
When being hit by a bully or a stalker attack on Twitter, the first reflexes, guided by a strong emotion and an outraged indignation, are generally the worst. Here, based on actual experiences we will present what should be, first, absolutely avoided for immediately safeguarding your personal assets and for depriving your tormentor from extra advantages. Then we will propose some simple best practise for managing your ereputation counter-campaign.

Bullied? First aid kit.

Slides are also presented separately below.

1. Keep the floor. Don’t leave Twitter!

Don’t confuse trolls and stalkers. Of course you need to block your stalker so that he can’t dump his trash on your threads. But it will not stop the defamation of a psychopathic stalker.

  • Don’t delete your Twitter account.
  • Don’t suspend your Twitter account
  • Don’t hide your real name.

Your tormentor would be encouraged to go forward into his destruction endeavour. Any Twitter search on your name would lead to defamation posted by your stalker.

Anti-bully, anti-bullying, anti-stalker, anti-stalking, twitter, troll, harassment, hate speech. Keep your account.
Don’t leave Twitter!

2. Protect your name

Avoid the stalker hijacking your name

  • Use your first name and last name in your Twitter ID for your main account (@MartinDupont).
  • Write your first name and last name in your Twitter name and bio (Martin Dupont).
  • Write your first name + last name with a hashtag in your Twitter name and bio (#MartinDupont).

You will lead Twitter searches on your name to your account instead of letting them go to the stalker’s calumnies.

Anti-bully, anti-bullying, anti-stalker, anti-stalking, twitter, troll, harassment, hate speech. Drive searches.
Drive Twitter answers for searches under your name!

3. Counter impersonation

Occupy Twitter

  • Create a sleeping account with your last name and your first name (@DupontMartin).
  • Write your last name and first name in the Twitter name and bio of this sleeping account (Dupont Martin).
  • Write your last name and first name with a hashtag in the Twitter name and bio of this sleeping account (#DupontMartin).

You will prevent your stalker creating a similar account against you.

Anti-bully, anti-bullying, anti-stalker, anti-stalking, twitter, troll, harassment, hate speech. Protect youor name.
Protect your name!

4. Don’t make your main Twitter account repulsive.

Never use your main Twitter account against the bully propaganda. You would make it weaker, loosing engagement & audience.

Anti-bully, anti-bullying, anti-stalker, anti-stalking, twitter, troll, harassment, hate speech. Don't use main account.
Keep your main account clean and attractive! From there promote a positive narrative on your name.

5. Fight the stalker’s crap by separating it from your clean and main account.

For countering psychopathic stalkers, like debunking defamation or giving information to people under the stalker’s toxic speech, use a dedicated Twitter account. You will avoid spoiling your main account. You will keep the audience and the engagement of your main account.
Don’t forget to mention your regular Twitter ID and to hashtag your first name + last name for making your main account stronger.

Anti-bully, anti-bullying, anti-stalker, anti-stalking, twitter, troll, harassment, hate speech. Specific twitter account.
Debunk and trash your tormentor with a second Twitter account!

6. Don’t give weapons to your tormentor.

Be sure all that you write, including privately, can be used against you.

  • Don’t warn your tormentor.
  • Don’t propose a settlement.

He would present it as threats and would stage himself as the victim.

Anti-bully, anti-bullying, anti-stalker, anti-stalking, twitter, troll, harassment, hate speech. No agreement.
Never try to appease a psychopath! Don’t offer material to your tormentor!

7. Don’t make your tormentor an important person. Keep him as a social media pariah.

Resist provocations of these people. They have their own agenda. They don’t think like normal people. They are, then, unpredictable for you. They are much more expert than you in toxic manipulations.

  • Don’t retweet your tormentor. If you really need evidences, post screen copies.
  • Don’t answer your tormentor publicly or privately.

He would feel important. He will play with you. He will ruin your self-confidence. He will distort your words for his narrative: out of context quotes, partial quotes, false quotes.

Anti-bully, anti-bullying, anti-stalker, anti-stalking, twitter, troll, harassment, hate speech. No interaction with tormentor..
Don’t interact directly with your tormentor!

8. Don’t promote your tormentor’s Twitter account.

Don’t mention your tormentor’s Twitter account. You would promote it and make it stronger, boosting your prejudice.

Anti-bully, anti-bullying, anti-stalker, anti-stalking, twitter, troll, harassment, hate speech. Don't mention tormentor
Don’t mention your tormentor’s Twitter ID!

9. Stay calm! Don’t overestimate the influence of your tormentor. Such accounts are usually very weak.

Understand that rantings and calumnies don’t attract an audience. Stalker twitter accounts, despite (and because of) their posts volume, are generally weaker than yours. You can check it thanks to the free tool Vicinitas and read this analysis. You must understand that if the account of your stalker has a very low engagement, any action from you like retweet, reply or mention will have a significative impact for its improvement.

Anti-bully, anti-bullying, anti-stalker, anti-stalking, twitter, troll, harassment, hate speech. Assess tormentor's value.
Keep calm, assess the actual weakness of your tormentor!

10. Don’t forget to reinforce your main Twitter account engagement.

Share quality posts, be positive, bring value into influencer conversations. Get retweeted by influencers. It is the best way to monitor your Twitter reputation. See this article on how you can make your Twitter account stronger.

Anti-bully, anti-bullying, anti-stalker, anti-stalking, twitter, troll, harassment, hate speech. Reinforce your account.
Make your main Twitter account strong.

11. Stop whining!

Remember an audience is not interested in your personal problems.

Avoid long rants and discoursing about how terrible is your life. People would run aways from you.

Anti-bully, anti-bullying, anti-stalker, anti-stalking, twitter, troll, harassment, hate speech. No personal issues
Avoid bothering your audience with personal issues!

Additional useful readings for countering a bully campaign.

Make your own Twitter account stronger.

Even small Twitter accounts can reach top impressions and engagements if they focus on quality posts. Sharing original and interesting content, bringing expertise, supporting other users for a cause are rewarding. Visuals such as images and videos are appreciated by an audience. Taking relevant part into a conversation launched by an influencer and expert is a good tool for reaching an audience. But, the « must » is to get your posts retweeted by influencers. It allows you to enjoy their followers and their engagements. A mass retweeting, by a normal user, is usually poorly attractive towards his own Twitter account. Personal issues, also, don’t federate a community. Interfering into a conversation, for diverting it to self concerns, is not engaging. A large volume of tweets and a mass of following accounts are no keys for success. They reduce the interest of an account. It is better to not comment emotionally and especially to avoid aggressive statements or threats. Those can backfire very quickly.

Even small Twitter accounts can reach top impressions and engagements if they focus on quality posts. Sharing original and interesting content, bringing expertise, supporting other users for a cause are rewarding. Visuals such as images and videos are appreciated by an audience. Taking relevant part into a conversation launched by an influencer and expert is a good tool for reaching an audience. But, the «must» is to get your posts retweeted by influencers. It allows you to enjoy their followers and their engagements.

Read more…

Understand why and how a stalker just kills his Twitter acount.

Using a Twitter account for bullying is the most certain way to kill it. Why ARE stalkers congenitally unable to create engagement ?

Stalkers are congenitally unable to create engagement. The bully account focuses on volume and repeated unsuccessful posts, trying to promote self centered issues or personal fights. Publications are negative, poorly written and full of dumped trash. Hashtags and mentions are diverted for harassment. They can’t help in saving the engagement for a content which brings no value for any audience. If the targets of the bully are blocked or if they decide not to answer, then the bully’s Twitter account simply kills itself.

Read more…

Dear readers, now it is your turn!

If you found this article useful, please share it and comment. If you have a specific experience to tell or if you have remarks, do not hesitate to comment, too. All questions will be answered.

Exhibit

The first aid kit as a check-list without the slides.

  1. Keep the floor. Don’t give up!
    Of course you need to block your stalker so that he can’t dump his trash on your threads. But it will not stop the defamation of a psychopathic stalker.
    – Don’t delete your Twitter account.
    – Don’t suspend your Twitter account.
    – Don’t hide your real name.
    Your tormentor would be encouraged to go forward into his destruction endeavour. Any Twitter search on your name would lead to defamation posted by your stalker.
  2. Protect your name.
    Avoid the stalker hijacking your name.
    – Use your first name and last name in your Twitter ID for your main account (@MartinDupont).
    – Write your first name and last name in your Twitter name and bio (Martin Dupont).
    – Write your first name + last name with a hashtag in your Twitter name and bio (#MartinDupont).
    You will lead Twitter searches on your name to your account instead of to the stalker’s account.
  3. Counter impersonation
    Occupy Twitter
    – Create a sleeping account with your last name and your first name (@DupontMartin).
    – Write your last name and first name in the Twitter name and bio of this sleeping account (Dupont Martin).
    – Write your last name and first name with a hashtag in the Twitter name and bio of this sleeping account (#Dupont Martin).
    You will prevent your stalker creating a similar account against you.
  4. Don’t make your main Twitter account repulsive.
    Never use your main Twitter account against the bully propaganda. You would make it weaker, loosing engagement & audience.
  5. Fight the stalker’s crap by separating it from your clean and main account.
    For countering psychopathic stalkers, like debunking defamation or giving information to people under the stalker’s toxic speech, use a dedicated Twitter account.
    – You will avoid spoiling your main account.
    – You will keep the audience and the engagement of your main account.
    Don’t forget to mention your regular Twitter ID and to hashtag your first name + last name for making your main account stronger.
  6. Don’t give weapons to your tormentor.
    Be sure all that you write, including privately, can be used against you.
    – Don’t warn your tormentor.
    – Don’t propose a settlement.
    He would present it as threats and would stage himself as the victim.
  7. Don’t make your tormentor an important person. Keep him as a social media pariah.
    Resist provocations of these people. They have their own agenda. They don’t think like normal people. They are, then, unpredictable for you. They are much more expert than you in toxic manipulations.
    – Don’t retweet your tormentor. If you really need evidences, post screen copies.
    – Don’t answer your tormentor publicly or privately.
    He would feel important. He will play with you. He will ruin your self-confidence. He will distort your words for his narrative: out of context quotes, partial quotes, false quotes.
  8. Don’t promote your tormentor’s Twitter account
    Don’t mention your tormentor’s Twitter account. You would promote it and make it stronger, boosting your prejudice.
  9. Stay calm! Don’t overestimate the influence of your tormentor. Such accounts are usually very weak.
    Understand that rantings and calumnies don’t attract an audience. Stalker twitter accounts, despite (and because of) their posts volume, are generally weaker than yours. You can check it thanks to the free tool Vicinitas and read this analysis.
  10. Don’t forget to reinforce your main Twitter account engagement.
    Share quality posts, be positive, bring value into influencer conversations. Get retweeted by influencers. It is the best way to monitor your Twitter reputation. See this article on how you can make your Twitter account stronger.
  11. Stop whining!
    Remember an audience is not interested in your personal problems.
    Avoid long rants and discoursing about how terrible is your life. People would run aways from you.

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