Conde Nast execs not amused by @CondeElevator

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The recently launched account “suggests that many people care a great deal about what happens at Conde Nast,” says a Conde Nast spokeswoman. The magazine publisher doesn’t know if the overheard conversations are real or made up, but it’s dying to find out who’s behind the feed. “We are still looking into it, so I don’t know what will or won’t happen” if the tweeter is unmasked, says the spokeswoman. The New York Daily News’ Gatecrasher column is told the “the probability of this person being a Teen Vogue employee is quite high.”

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  • Anonymous

    Maybe Conde Nast is afraid of people finding out how astonishingly vacuous some of its employees are.

    Free PR advice for Conde Nast:

    Don’t try to find out who is behind this. Let it go. Your tactics will only expose that you are worried about how you are perceived, which is a weakness.

    Don’t be an old world publisher who still thinks you can control the message. You can’t control it and whatever tactic you use to try and find out who is running the feed will be exposed by someone else. And you will look worse then when you started.