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Jaye Carden   My Press Releases

Be Careful With The Filthy Talk

Published on 3/27/2017
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Just a little something that crossed my mind just now, and something I have spoke about with other online business owners.

 

Of course, this subject is on people who promote businesses, host webinars, or do live broadcasts and chose to use vulgar language in thier talk.

 

Should you?

 

Does using profanity help or hurt your business?

 

I would assume, it will not hurt with too many people who are purchasing, but...

It may turn a few others away.

 

For that reason, I chose not to use bad words or dirty talk whenever I am creating videos or hosting live broadcasts.

 

 

It Can't Help

 

The point is, even though many people today may not be offended by using words most do in their everyday lives, some will.

 

And the real point is, if a person is not offended by vulgar language, they are not going to be offended if you chose not to use bad language. So why chance losing a special customer over using words they may rather not be exposed to.

 

So in this matter, I believe you are best off not using words that could hurt the few who do not wish to hear it.

 

If a person is okay with it, they will be okay without it too.

 

So not using it only protects those who are offended by it.

 

Just a thought if you becide to go live or do videos.

 

Thanks for reading!

 

 

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