South African Blog Post Urges Nation’s Hunting Community to Put Its Best Foot Forward Through Social Media
A member of the South African hunting community issues a wake-up call explaining the way to beat the antis at their own social media game is to take control--and take advantage--of today's online social media tools.
Anti-hunters continue issuing fake Facebook "friend" requests to access hunters' accounts and then pressure Facebook to remove hunting pics on the grounds they are violent.
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Anecdotal evidence suggests many hunters and gun owners are receiving Facebook ‘friend’ requests from people they don’t know—folks who aren’t even in their network on the social media forum. Even more onerous is an uptick in the number of hunters recently reported to Facebook for their ‘offensive’ hunting pictures. Is a social media jihad being waged against us on Facebook?
On November 15th, our sister publication Shooting Illustrated exceeded 1 million "likes" on Facebook. To celebrate, the folks over there want to do something exciting for the page's fans. The result? A sweepstakes. Get the details here.
Photos from an African safari draw threats and rants, and reveal a complete lack of understanding about wildlife management.