1) Thank you for your inquiry. Please contact us offline. Sure, you responded within 10 minutes. But you didn't answer the question, and you haven't understood that I contacted you online because I want other people to see how you handle the question. You obviously don't understand that, do you?
2) The self-obsessed spammer. I don't want to see your link to your website 20 times a day, each time with a different vague one-liner. Do you really think I will click on it?
3) The giveaway king. You just want my data, don't you? If you cared about my ideas, or about what I thought about you and your brand, maybe you'd try engaging and curating discussion about yourself instead.
Social Business Comes To LeWeb
The average company takes 28 hours to respond to a customer question on Facebook. How can you expect customers to engage if you don’t?