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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by joyandfaith: 12:38pm On Jun 05
thebosstrevor1:


You don't need lot of people to manage a social media page.

In my opinion, banks will employ more people especially in their customer service section because it will become very busy.

People who complain on Twitter, now will have to walk to the bank to complain.


Stone age reasoning.
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by baralatie(m): 12:40pm On Jun 05
MarxMike:

That ARCHAIC contraption is still in existence??. Once I hear that intro voice saying "Radio Nigeria,..", I just switch off completely..
grin the have rebranded o
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by pickatyouu: 12:41pm On Jun 05
When ur government no get foresight.

Very useless buhari.
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by 2oby: 12:41pm On Jun 05
Amotolongbo:
like or 2go abi?

Someone made an analogy about typical Nigerians to me some years back.
It goes thus; If a Nigerian is locked in his room by an oppressor sitting outside with the key to the padlock, and the Nigerian locked in unable to go out to eat, drink and receive fresh air outside.
The typical Nigerian will find a hole around the window, widen it to a space which he can squeeze himself to take exit and entry into the room.
The Nigerian will never find a way of getting rid of the oppressor to collect the key and open the door to his room for free and convenient entry and exit at will. He will just stick to the space in the window to squeeze himself in and out

Wisdom
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by RexTramadol1: 12:42pm On Jun 05
Amotolongbo:
like or 2go abi?

Someone made an analogy about typical Nigerians to me some years back.
It goes thus; If a Nigerian is locked in his room by an oppressor sitting outside with the key to the padlock, and the Nigerian locked in unable to go out to eat, drink and receive fresh air outside.
The typical Nigerian will find a hole around the window, widen it to a space which he can squeeze himself to take exit and entry into the room.
The Nigerian will never find a way of getting rid of the oppressor to collect the key and open the door to his room for free and convenient entry and exit at will. He will just stick to the space in the window to squeeze himself in and out


2go no bad sir
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by nedekid: 12:43pm On Jun 05
thebosstrevor1:


There is Facebook and nairaland, whatsapp, telegram and other platforms plus

Someone loss is another person gain
Most will rather have a vasectomy than use . undecided
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by pacespot: 12:43pm On Jun 05
Amotolongbo:
like or 2go abi?

Someone made an analogy about typical Nigerians to me some years back.
It goes thus; If a Nigerian is locked in his room by an oppressor sitting outside with the key to the padlock, and the Nigerian locked in unable to go out to eat, drink and receive fresh air outside.
The typical Nigerian will find a hole around the window, widen it to a space which he can squeeze himself to take exit and entry into the room.
The Nigerian will never find a way of getting rid of the oppressor to collect the key and open the door to his room for free and convenient entry and exit at will. He will just stick to the space in the window to squeeze himself in and out

Lol, what of if a Nigerian is locked in a strong room that there is no escape route, would he fight back? That is exactly what happened during EndSARS when people no longer have their freedom because of SARS.

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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by Benrosaria: 12:43pm On Jun 05
DDDEnterprises:


Which one be ma'am?

By Ahmed garba the dumb Bleep who thinks Nigeria has launched its own satellite
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by olatuns2017: 12:44pm On Jun 05
webm:
With the ban on Twitter, I see many companies sacking their staff.
Yes or No? Because I’m thinking and of the opinion that those customer support staff who usually respond to us on Twitter would be sacked. Otherwise what do you think the companies would do given that these jobs have become redundant?

Complete dump

Sack!

Is it only Tweeta we have on social media!

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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by Superboss: 12:44pm On Jun 05
thebosstrevor1:
No, they won't be sacked.

They will move to other platforms.


Which other platform?
Some ppl will just write as if they don't ve brain.
The two big platforms these companies' customer care mostly use to communicate is Twitter and Facebook.
Go and check, the commonest seems to be Twitter.
DSTV's response to issues or queries is swifty on twitter than Facebook.
I don't know why being a BMC is synonymous with stupidity.
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by Brightgem(f): 12:45pm On Jun 05
webm:


Which other platforms? Facebook? Because I know many Nigerians that don’t use Facebook. And again, these companies have support staff in both Facebook and Twitter. Now, the support staff wound be in excess and given how Nigeria companies don’t care about overworking their staff, I believe they’d take this opportunity to lay off some of them
Facebook still topping as the biggest used social media. You may know some Nigerians who don't, nor many. I'm less huge on Twitter myself, but still annoyed at this move
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by olatuns2017: 12:47pm On Jun 05
Amotolongbo:
like or 2go abi?

Someone made an analogy about typical Nigerians to me some years back.
It goes thus; If a Nigerian is locked in his room by an oppressor sitting outside with the key to the padlock, and the Nigerian locked in unable to go out to eat, drink and receive fresh air outside.
The typical Nigerian will find a hole around the window, widen it to a space which he can squeeze himself to take exit and entry into the room.
The Nigerian will never find a way of getting rid of the oppressor to collect the key and open the door to his room for free and convenient entry and exit at will. He will just stick to the space in the window to squeeze himself in and out

"The question all peace loving citizens of the world must answer is, will C*IA allow any social media platform in the world to openly raise funds to support protests, in U*S*A?"

We are wiser and can't be intimidated

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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by galek: 12:48pm On Jun 05
thebosstrevor1:
No, they won't be sacked.

They will move to other platforms.


LIKE YOU ARE THEIR EMPLOYER TO MAKE THE DECISION?
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by kkins25(m): 12:50pm On Jun 05
Ishilove:
And are we going to fold our hands and allow the government ban Twitter?
we are Nigerians, its what we are good at.
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by CocoaOla: 12:54pm On Jun 05
Nigeria is a loser
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by zoedew: 12:55pm On Jun 05
webm:
With the ban on Twitter, I see many companies sacking their staff.
Yes or No? Because I’m thinking and of the opinion that those customer support staff who usually respond to us on Twitter would be sacked. Otherwise what do you think the companies would do given that these jobs have become redundant?
The Ban Gang knows no better!
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by Blessedassuranc: 12:55pm On Jun 05
colorsofrainbow:

Buhari's NTA on social media grin
Download it and submit your data directly to Bokoharam.
Goodluck!


Lol.. you guys are so terrible.
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by PIMPAR: 12:59pm On Jun 05
Even the wailing children who have never operated on Tweeter before will surely come here to wail
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by Frenzy01(m): 1:02pm On Jun 05
I just pray this stupid suspension is reversed soon.. Otherwise, this is just a tip of the ice berg.





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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by TheGift: 1:05pm On Jun 05
Twitter is just one channel that they use to engage with customers, and it is because the customers are using it. If the customers start using other channels, they will follow suit. Try to separate the message from the medium and you will see it's not that complicated.
webm:
With the ban on Twitter, I see many companies sacking their staff.
Yes or No? Because I’m thinking and of the opinion that those customer support staff who usually respond to us on Twitter would be sacked. Otherwise what do you think the companies would do given that these jobs have become redundant?

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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by lastchild: 1:08pm On Jun 05
I don't think that this ban will last
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by Niorte: 1:10pm On Jun 05
Digital marketers cannot be sacked. Companies will only fold up without them. I attended a Google seminar where the Speaker said "people no longer go online, they now live online".

If you can use Twitter professionally, there is high probability you can also use Facebook, Instagram and the likes though you may not really like them.

I venture into the online business during the Covid and up till now, it is one of my best decisions. I no longer wait for salary before I make essential purchase. I'm doing better at work because I no more money comes my way through my online business. If you have access to internet and you've got a laptop with the desire to make enough money that you won't be afraid of quitting your crazy job...then I can teach you what I do to earn income online.

Mah God help us from this clueless government.
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by maasoap(m): 1:12pm On Jun 05
Amotolongbo:
like or 2go abi?

Someone made an analogy about typical Nigerians to me some years back.
It goes thus; If a Nigerian is locked in his room by an oppressor sitting outside with the key to the padlock, and the Nigerian locked in unable to go out to eat, drink and receive fresh air outside.
The typical Nigerian will find a hole around the window, widen it to a space which he can squeeze himself to take exit and entry into the room.
The Nigerian will never find a way of getting rid of the oppressor to collect the key and open the door to his room for free and convenient entry and exit at will. He will just stick to the space in the window to squeeze himself in and out


Una don bent on inciting the citizens to make your job easier since UGM/ESN/IPOB don fail. Nice try but It can't work
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by OgwuEgo: 1:22pm On Jun 05
Adamumu garbage we go report am tire for playstore
ogbuefi677:

They're affiliated to al qaeda grin
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by Peterolus(m): 1:22pm On Jun 05
They won't be sacked
They will be furloughed .
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by Amotolongbo(f): 1:30pm On Jun 05
maasoap:


Una don bent on inciting the citizens to make your job easier since UGM/ESN/IPOB don fail. Nice try but It can't work
do I look like the one who do ice cream give away for children on nairaland?
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by boxypane(m): 1:31pm On Jun 05
Does this useless govt even think of repercussions before actions are taken?
Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by smasher1(m): 1:43pm On Jun 05
webm:
With the ban on Twitter, I see many companies sacking their staff.
Yes or No? Because I’m thinking and of the opinion that those customer support staff who usually respond to us on Twitter would be sacked. Otherwise what do you think the companies would do given that these jobs have become redundant?

How many staff does a bank have responding to you on twitter? Not much. There are still other social media platform and they could easily move them to other roles like marketing. Stop exaggerating this.

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Re: Massive Sack Looming In Many Digital Companies/banks by Laideabdulahi: 1:44pm On Jun 05
webm:
With the ban on Twitter, I see many companies sacking their staff.
Yes or No? Because I’m thinking and of the opinion that those customer support staff who usually respond to us on Twitter would be sacked. Otherwise what do you think the companies would do given that these jobs have become redundant?

See how this one is thinking.
Is Twitter the only handle for business?

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