A few years ago, I was a senior executive at a global media company.
I worked with clients on a global scale to create stories that would impact their lives.
I was responsible for managing our digital channels, the content we produced and the stories that we shared with our clients.
I would make an effort to write stories that were true, insightful and thought-provoking.
Stories that would bring people together, strengthen our brand and resonate with our audience.
But as the world moved on, the challenges we faced in the digital world were increasing exponentially.
As a result, I decided to focus on writing stories that resonated with my clients and their audiences.
The stories I wrote were mostly personal stories, which I hoped would bring a different perspective on their lives and make them relatable to their audience.
My stories were often emotional and sometimes funny, which made them a perfect fit for the Weber spirit.
I decided to go dark because I knew that stories were not only a way to connect with my readers but also to help them understand their world and its complexities.
I also wanted to be a part of our story-telling journey.
So, I wrote about our experiences and the challenges facing people and countries.
The stories were sometimes poignant, sometimes funny and sometimes poignant.
But then, something happened.
We were suddenly inundated with negative stories.
Weber stories became a huge target for trolls and trolls began to harass our writers and editors.
I wrote a series of blog posts about how the trolls had been trying to hurt my company and how we were going dark.
I even wrote a story about how we went dark.
The response from my team and other employees at the company was overwhelming.
I realised that there was something wrong with the way we had been doing business.
My company had become a target for the troll army and we had become the victims of hate.
I felt that it was time to go back to being a normal company and to make it a better place.
This decision made me think about how to make things right.
Websites that used Weber content to make money were shut down by the trolls and I realised how damaging their actions had been.
We also realised that we had to rethink our approach to creating Weber-themed content.
As we moved forward, the Troll Army started to take a different approach to trolling.
They started posting videos, screenshots and gifs of the Webers content on YouTube and Twitter.
These videos were taken from a video they had posted on YouTube.
The trolls had also been targeting our team members and other staff members, who had no idea that this was happening.
The videos were also posted from a Weber account, which is an account that was linked to an account with a different user name.
We were constantly being harassed by trolls and we started to think that the best course of action would be to delete the account and take steps to protect ourselves.
The decision to delete our Weber Facebook account was not an easy one.
It was a difficult decision to make but we decided that it had to be done in order to protect our company.
We started taking measures to protect the content of our account.
We would not post anything from our Webers page on Facebook, and we would not allow anyone to view the Webrings content on any social media platform.
We began working with the team and we also created a dedicated team to handle the removal of Weber videos and posts.
This team of dedicated people worked tirelessly on the removal and the safe keeping of the content.
We even started a new Weber team in order that we would be more visible in the media ecosystem.
Weber team members, as well as employees, took action to protect their identity, so that we could remain a valuable asset to our company and also to our community.
We tried our best to protect and nurture the Webseries that we created for our audience to share with them.
We made a lot of mistakes.
The most egregious mistake we made was allowing the trolls to control our Facebook page.
They could have deleted our Webrs, and that would have been the end of it.
Instead, we made sure that we were doing everything possible to protect it and keep it safe.
We kept our team active and also made sure our team had access to the tools that would help them to protect themselves.
We continued to do everything possible so that our team could stay safe, but we had made a mistake and it cost us dearly.
I hope that we can find a way forward in the future.
The best thing we can do now is to try to learn from the mistakes we have made.
It is not easy but we will make it work.