No. They hire lower level people to do that work. CEO's always have an administrative assistant who keeps them moving from one meeting to the next. Their schedules are packed, end-to-end, and they actually have to fit any family time into that demanding schedule. Their family literally has to see if they can get little Bobby's little league baseball game scheduled into daddy's day.CEO's of largest company's all keep track forums, social media and spend consider amount of resources to obtain feedback.
Do you have any way to validate if that's actually Dara's account? And if it is, how often he views it?
LOL I know who it is......Do you have any way to validate if that's actually Dara's account? And if it is, how often he views it?
Yeah he was a hit and run passerby. He's gone now. You can go look at his posts. He was here about a week.I can't open his profile, and I can't tag him either.
Totally. I would expect him to specifically have a social media assistant. That's common. It's uncommon and, in fact, highly undesirable for a high profile person to manage their own social media account. That's way too dangerous (again, example: Musk).LOL I know who it is......
I'm just saying that its reasonable that Dara would have an assistant who keeps tabs on when his name pops up on social media, or that person would even Google his name to see what comes up. My article Dara Goes Driving was on the front page of Uberpeople at the time. I would imagine his assistant would be the one reading and replying to any communication with him. Truthfully if Dara read some of the stuff online about himself he would never come out of his house.