[P] . In order to sell miserable blog traffic, people who do live streaming can really do anything. Either letting the octogenarian live sell their products until dawn, or making children unable to sleep in the middle of the night... 01 Recently, Chaojie used Tiktok, and she often used the first class video: In the middle of the night, in the dilapidated and messy house (which can be seen as a rural area), Baoma doesn't sleep and sings live on the microphone, holding a sleeping child in her arms...
Similar storylines are portrayed by different people. The same dirty and messy background environment, as well as the mother who sang live with her child in the middle of the night, the only difference is the posture of holding her child...
After watching this kind of video, Chao Jie couldn't help but wonder: Is the child biological? How on earth can one be willing to sell such a small child like a miserable tool person and not let them sleep well in the middle of the night? From the comments posted in the live streaming room, it can be seen that most netizens are very angry about this behavior: Don't torture the child. It's so disgusting, children stay up until almost dawn every night! Sick, don't let the child sleep! I have children and I can sing, but I won't do it because my child is biological.
Although Baoma was singing loudly, the child was still sleeping soundly, so some netizens suspected that Baoma had given the child sleeping pills;
As both mothers, I really can't understand this behavior: those who have hands and feet, what's wrong with doing something? Why should we use children's traffic to make money, so young children should start making money to support their parents? Someone defended them in the comments: Full time baby mom, how difficult it is to earn some money! During the day, I have to look after children, do household chores, and go to work to earn money. Who is willing to do this. Live streaming earns more money than going to work, and as a treasure mother, how can you let someone else go out and earn money? It's easy to say that someone is taking care of the child, but no one is taking care of it. That's all we can do. I understand all the principles, but the question is: if you want to live stream, why should you hold the child in your arms when the child is asleep and can sleep on the bed? The answer is clear to everyone: without holding the child, no one will be pitiful, and there won't be so many people watching the reward. 02 Short videos and live broadcasts have really gone viral in recent years. Many people are envious that this industry can earn money quickly, but they don't have any real skills, so they have moved the begging on the street to online, how pitiful it is. For example, having a rural uncle in his sixties and seventies live stream to sell goods:
Elderly people of different ages and selling different products have similar account profiles: their family's financial situation is not good, they have children to support, and they work hard to learn live streaming for their families... This is almost the same profile. It's hard not to doubt that the same people are behind the account.
The live broadcast of the elderly lacks any professional skills or script, just mechanically repeating sentences that make people place orders into the camera, each time for several hours, and sometimes even staying up all night.
Why do elderly people who don't even know how to use smartphones when they can find young people who can hear and see clearly to sell live? Of course, it's to earn enough sympathy from the audience. After all, the products they sell are mediocre and uncompetitive. If it weren't for the pitiful elderly, netizens wouldn't even give them an unnecessary glance. 03 For traffic and money, some people really don't have any bottom line. They seized the wealth code of selling tragedies to death, tormenting the elderly and then starting to torment the children. The elderly and children are all tools of their sympathy for selling tragedies.
We should not only not sympathize with such people, but also condemn them. Today, you see how pitiful it is for this mommy to live with her children. Give her a thumbs up and give her a reward. Tomorrow, more moms will live with their children, and more children will be disturbed and unable to sleep. You think you are doing good deeds with great kindness, but in fact, you are just promoting the culture of opportunism and gaining without effort. So what should I do when encountering a live video that is young, has hands and feet, but relies on the elderly and children to sell poorly? The correct approach is to ignore them and not give them traffic! You can even report it casually. The live streaming industry, which is selling a lot of traffic, should have been rectified long ago!