My company often posts really bad social media posts. It is not opinion based, these are objectively bad posts that consistently contain : typos, poorly cropped pictures and overall nonsense.
The problem is that I know exactly who writes these posts, it's a very nice person that has been here a long time and that everyone likes (myself included). Unfortunately, being a nice human doesn't make you a good community manager.
We are a fairly small company, so maybe management doesn't know how damaging this is to our image. I'm pretty sure they regularly check these posts, but apparently they are satisfied with them. Should I bluntly report what I think about it ?
Note that my role at the company has nothing to do with our social media handles, which is why I'm reluctant to give my opinion on something that has nothing to do with my field.
Edit - "overall nonsense" includes :
- Grammatically incorrect sentences
- Images that have nothing to do with the topic of the post
- Random hashtags in the middle of the post