Mark Zuckerberg recently told Facebook employees he expects boycotting advertisers to “be back on the platform soon enough," and that he won't change policies “because of a threat to a small percent of our revenue, or to any percent of our revenue.”
Zuck to staff: "it hurts us reputationally to have brands who are respected.. saying that they think that our platform isn’t a safe place for their brands" but "my guess is all of these advertisers will be back on the platform soon enough" via
Sources: Zuckerberg told Facebook staff the ad boycott is more of a "reputational and a partner issue" than an economic one, expects advertisers to return soon ( / The Information)
Scoop: After the publicly broadcast part of Facebook's town hall meeting Friday, Mark Zuckerberg talked to staff privately about the growing advertiser boycott. The remarks were far more defiant than the company's recent public messaging via
Entirely in character. Actually nothing about this is surprising.
"We’re not gonna change our policies or approach on anything because of a threat to our revenue."
. got a transcript of Zuckerberg's internal comments about the advertiser boycott. He said a lot, including the below. Full transcript here: