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Submitted by Cat 2104d ago | article

Analysis: Communication, confusion, and community managers

Activision is in a tight spot. Even before the Infinity Ward scandal exploded, public opinion stood against them and the company wasn't doing a lot of community outreach to repair its reputation. Enter Dan Amrich, former video games journalist and recent hire at Activsion, to fill the role of social media manager. (Industry)

Cat  +   2104d ago | Well said
This piece is ruffling a lot of CM feathers (due to the "pre-Major Nelson, CM's were forum mods" bit), but I'm still at a bit of a loss. After all, I was a forum mod. :P
saulx6   2103d ago | Off topic | show
darkmurder  +   2103d ago
Good luck to him

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