TechCrunch Writer Demonstrates How NOT to Engage Readers By Mandy On June 26, 2012 In Community Engagement Alexia Tsotsis’ highly unprofessional rants against “old media” and eventually her site’s own readers lead to a highly professional discussion amongst journalists about dealing with our critics on the web. [HTML1] Related cautionary talescommentsengagementstorifytechcrunchtrolls Previous Exploring the Role of Curation and Curators in the Newsroom Next As Outsourced News Grows, Local Newsrooms Should Promote ‘Buying Local’ 2 Comments Add Comment → Cynthia Parkhill Interesting book choice displayed in Tsotsis’s Facebook profile pic. Does “Negotiating for Dummies” have anything to say about responding to criticism with F-bombs? June 30, 2012 Reply Mandy Ha! So right. July 2, 2012 Reply 2 Pingbacks Can you be sexy and have a startup? | t1u “Do I think any less of Branson as an entrepreneur or businessman because he likes naked girls?” | TheMarketingblog Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.