28 January, 2020 South Australia's other fake news source

Dog & Duck social media guy fucking nails it, yet again

TRENT BARTLETT

While most businesses are finding it harder and harder to have their voice heard on social media, Adelaide nightclub Dog & Duck has found a way to cut through the social media noise each and every time they interact with anybody online.

The new strategy is entitled “Free Victim Blaming With Entry” and involves ignoring, and later questioning, claims of sexual assault. It’s a bold and exciting strategy that’s set to turn social media community management on its head in 2020.

Managers of the nightspot’s social media have already put the strategy on full display this year, trying out their fresh new approach in a direct message with a patron who had alleged that she was assaulted in the Hindley Street nightcub.

It’s a bold and exciting strategy that’s set to turn social media community management on its head in 2020

The latest Dog & Duck marketing hit follows on from previous blockbusters: Free Condoms With EntryFree Durrys With EntryFree Puppies With Entry and Free Drugs With Entry — although the latter is typically offered as a surprise bonus gift from male patrons to female patrons, post-entry.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Dog & Duck’s ground-shattering new tactic is already being taught to young PR and Marketing students across the world. With numerous ebooks, YouTube videos and short courses offered by questionable-looking RTOs already popping up.

Jordan Gary Manson is just one Self-Help Author/YouTuber/Podcaster/Blogger/Yoga Instructor/Personal Trainer/Influencer/UberEats Delivery Rider/Wrongly-Self-Described Entrepreneur who plans to cash in on the new, sizzling hot social media tactic by releasing an ebook.

The book — which has somehow already been written and is riddled with spelling errors — is titled “Bullsh*t: The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*ck About The Safety Of Other C*nts” and contains over thirty-six pages of self-published insight into how you can turn any potential PR nightmare into a real winner merely by potentially endangering the safety of your customers

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