I wonder if that is legal?
Melinda Byerley brags about her expertise on social media, and certainly she has a flair for grabbing attention.
This is from a woman who brags about her prowess in social media in promoting her company. Indeed, she is a professional tweeter.I didn't feel like tweetstorming, so here's a screen shot. "What middle America can do to get more jobs in their area." pic.twitter.com/1nYSehA4kA— Melinda Byerley ☠️ (@MJB_SF) January 7, 2017
Now a few people on twitter are not quite pleased with Melinda Byerley. I mean writing off thirty states like that does not seem a healthy way for a unicorn to grow, even if you are bootstrappping.
But she has an MBA from Cornell, so maybe she knows what she is saying.
From her "about" page at her company's web site:
After 14 years in Silicon Valley, most recently as a founder myself of a technology company, I know what you are going through: sleepless nights, anxiety about hiring and financing, the general feeling of not knowing what you don't know. Whether it's digging into your Google Analytics code to fix a problem, creating a dashboard that actually helps your business, or thinking big picture about how to expand your markets and creatively drive acquisition; I've done it all, hands on. I can pick up the phone and talk to insiders at every major social media and marketing platform to get instant advice for your business. I've hand picked and trained a team of experts, all located in the United States and native English speakers, to execute the work you need, fast.Native English speakers.
Must be San Francisco Liberal Code for white American people.
You know, from that shithole for stupid people.
Still, it sounds a little xenophobic to me.
Legal immigrants need not apply.
Naturalized citizens need not apply either, unless they are from Australia, Canada or the United Kingdom. (Not too sure about the Aussies, either.)
What galls her is she was beaten by stupid people in shitholes who are inferior to her and her fellow Cornell MBAs. We figured an easier way to get jobs without moving to those No Shit holes where marketers talk about bootstrapping unicorns.
We elected President Trump.
And when we come across an occasional Melinda Byerley and her "native English speakers" who want to talk trash, let us revel in their misery.
We won. They are not getting over it. Don't respond.
Just enjoy the hysteria.
UPDATE: Byerley just tweeted and made her pinned tweet this:
@@@I spoke about middle america - my birthplace - inartfully and disrespectfully. I'm sorry for that.— Melinda Byerley ☠️ (@MJB_SF) January 8, 2017
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