Someone who holds my hand
As we roam the land
Someone who feels my pain
Someone who calls my name
Someone who lifts me up
When life has cut me up
Someone who sees my soul
Beneath these bullet holes
Someone who lights my day
By only kindnesses say
Someone who hears my words
And knows the inner works
Someone who thinks me great
For all that I create
Someone who doesn’t mind
The utter deformities he’ll find.
“Please link it from the homepage NOW.”
“This is so important that it HAS to stay on the homepage until ‘I’ tell you when to take it down.”
“It needs a lot MORE information on the homepage and then you HAVE to link it several times to MY page.”
“YOU will take personal responsibility if MY event does not have visibility because you FAIL to highlight it ENOUGH on the homepage.”
I call these people “Homepage Nazis“.
Basically, Homepage Nazis are self-centred ignoramuses who have with no inkling of how information is accessed on the internet.
They base their assumptions entirely on how they themselves surf the company website, and they fight tooth and nail to get what they want at the expense of others’ more important needs and above all, the organisation’s overarching marketing and communication needs.