Haters gonna hate or haters will still hate, this expression is quite often heard in the realm of the internet. It’s not a secret as the development of social networking, a message to evoke an emotional response or anger, many scattered on the internet.
The sender of the message is often referred to as a hater on the internet. The hater attacks anyone who does not like. They do not even mind using a real identity to attack.
In addition to damaging the image of others, the other purpose of the hater is to get attention. Even when you respond to the negative message with a joke, they remain happy. That is, they managed to attract attention.
It’s hard to stop the hater. The likelihood of the one-and-only way to prevent online hatred is to follow the classic advice that says, “do not do, say and be anything”.
You can not predict when it will be a target hater. However, there are a number of simple steps to overcome the hate.
1. Do not Response
Never respond to any messages sent by the hater, even if you politely deliver them. Ignore them. When nobody responds, they usually get bored and leave.
It is not an easy matter to ignore negative messages about you, especially if spread widely on the internet and can be read by others. If you include people who are hard to resist anger, you should take a break from the virtual world. Do that as often as possible if the hater keeps poking around with their messages.
2. Delete Negative Comments
If hater continuously sends messages on social media accounts like Facebook, YouTube or blogs, the simplest solution is to delete the comment. Especially if the messages are related to violence, sexism, racism or homophobia.
Treat hater in your online space like in offline world. If they do not appreciate, then you can stay away.
3. Block Hater Account
Controlling conversations on social media is not an easy matter. If many comments are out of control, you should block those accounts that are considered annoying.
Blocking a hater account is a surefire way, if they keep twittering about the annoying negative things. Because surely no one wants to be cursed every day, right?
The three ways above you can follow, if the hater continues to interfere with their various negative comments.