How to deal with a troll (or other undesirable persons who attack your blog)

Are you tormented by a troll? Is your blog a likely target for trolls? Are you scared of being trolled?

There's nothing worse than being attacked by a troll. All your hard work demolished with a few seconds by some thoughtless, cruel remarks. Usually by someone who doesn't understand you or what you stand for, or has a totally different opinion to yours.


But then this horrible person doesn't go away. Or they return again to give you more grief. And you feel violated, abused, tortured, just for speaking your mind. Nothing you say is right, everything is put down, and you start to doubt yourself...

Wouldn't it be good if you knew how to grow a thick skin against such people? To understand where they're coming from and how to counteract them? To be in a position where you can defend yourself, and eventually win the day?


Trolls are a public nuisance, but there are ways to combat them. Once you understand them and how they work, the methods you use (which are kind and considerate) will help you to cope with any form of negative attack on your blog or on social media.

HOW TO DEAL WITH A TROLL

This course tells you everything you need to know about trolls, what they do, why they do it, and what you can do about it. Once you are able to fully understand trolling, then you will be in a stronger position to cope. This online course will help you through these stages and give you practical advice and tips to help you positively succeed with your ventures online.

Here’s What You’ll Get When You Sign Up

This is a simple course to educate you about trolls. You won't have all your troll problems solved overnight, but hopefully understanding the processes about trolling means you will be able to cope better afterwards. You can take as long as you like to complete this course, and you can ask questions both during and afterwards on my Facebook Group (just remember to mention which course you are referring to!) with other like-minded people.

Learn what makes a troll a troll

Trolls become less scary once you understand how they tick, and the circumstances which have made them so.

Learn techniques to cope with a troll

There are tips and tricks to help you cope and protect you from trolls, and successfully counteract them!

Learn how to make yourself troll-proof

Some people are always prone to being trolled, so knowing what triggers trolls in advance can be helpful.

Learn how to overcome troll anxiety

Growing a thick skin may prove to be difficult, but this advice will help make the process a little easier.

What happens in the course

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Module 1: What exactly are trolls?

It is important to understand everything about a troll, the different versions there are, what makes them tick, what they are trying to achieve, and also not to confuse them with bona fide commenters who are just giving you a hard time.


You will learn about:

  • stereotypes of trolls
  • different types of trolls
  • commenters who are mistaken for trolls

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Module 2: How do trolls work?

Once you realise what a troll is trying to do, and the reason they are doing it, then the process of coping with and neutralising them becomes that much easier.  Usually they are very simple folk who are very easy to overcome once you know how.


You will learn about:

  • what triggers a troll
  • the methods trolls use
  • troll tactics for being horrible

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Module 3: What is the impact of trolls?

Trolls are not only being horrible to you, they aim to spread their impact throughout the internet. Recognising a troll and what they're up to will enable you to counteract them, and also save a lot of angst for others as well.


You will learn about:

  • damaged reputation due to trolls
  • destroyed social profiles
  • how trolls ruin people's lives

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Module 4: How do I deal with a troll?

Here are some tips and tricks you can learn to help you cope with a troll, to prepare yourself in advance against trolls, and how to transform yourself so you can rise against troll attacks in the future. 


You will learn about:

  • How to ignore a troll
  • The importance of getting help
  • How to control yourself with a troll

Bonus

Let me introduce you to your Bonuses!

Bonus 1
How to prevent yourself becoming a troll!

It is all too easy to slip into the negative ways which are infiltrating the internet right now. You may be impressed by a turn of phrase, or admire how someone responds to a post, but it may not be the right thing to do!


There will be a list of options to think about before you submit your comments, anywhere on the web. The last thing you want to do is to transform yourself into a troll as well!

Bonus 2
How negativity affects everyone throughout the internet

Negativity is huge at the moment. There is so much of it about, and it is even delivered by people of influence as well as trolls. It is becoming the social norm, which is extremely dangerous for the social impact of the web. 


You will be highlighted into how negativity can impact on you, your followers and potential clients. And why there is so much negativity and what can be done about it.

Bonus 3
How to get this course (and others) for practically nothing!

I try to keep my course prices as extremely reasonable, considering the amount of information I share. However, all members of The Commenting Club will receive this course for free, and there is a generous affiliate scheme available.


Find out more about The Commenting Club here. Or if you don't fancy this, there is always my Facebook Page and Group to communicate with other like-minded commenters!

About The Course Teacher,
Alice Elliott

Aka the Fairy Blog Mother, Alice is an award winning blogging influencer who now focuses on comments and commenting and how they can benefit both individuals and businesses. She has been studying the world of commenting for half a decade, and now brings her expertise into an online course format for all to enjoy. 


Alice is known for her easy methods of delivery, explaining things without jargon, and in a relatable style. Each subject is well researched to bring you the most value, designed for you to easily take away and implement for your own purposes.

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Here’s what people are saying about Alice Elliott

Jo Sanderson

Cartoon Illustrator

“Alice Elliott (Fairy Blog Mother) is one of those rare people who can explain a paragraph of complex technical data in one brief English sentence."

Jean Wolfe

Marketer and Copywriter

"Alice has a practical attitude to blogging which is refreshingly free of techno speak."

Claire Bushell

Wellbeing Therapist

"The go-to person for everything to do with commenting is Alice Elliott. She's written a wealth of informative articles on the subject over the years and offers great insight as to how to use this communication style to build your online presence."

Frequently Asked Questions

How will this course be delivered?

Do I need to have a blog to do this course?

How much will this course cost?

Can I engage with you elsewhere?

How much time will this course take?

Do I need to have been trolled to do this course?

If you have any more questions, please contact me here.

So how much is this online course?

Simply click on the button to buy it now!

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If, by some small chance, you aren't happy with this course, please let me know and I will refund the cost. But I hope it will be packed with so much scintillating information you definitely will be more than satisfied. 

A personal note

Trolls are a real nuisance, and can make both bloggers' and social media users' lives a complete misery. There are also many misconceptions about them, so if they were better understood, we would be able to cope better with the mischief they cause. 


This is why I created this course, to educate, console and raise awareness about trolls. I cover a large area within this topic to reassure you how easy it is to deal with them.


I hope you enjoy the course as much as I did creating it!

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