rage farming

[ reyj-fahr-ming ]

  1. the tactic of intentionally provoking political opponents, typically by posting inflammatory content on social media, in order to elicit angry responses and thus high engagement or widespread exposure for the original poster.

Origin of rage farming

Coined by John Scott-Railton, U.S. investigative reporter (born 1983), who used it (in the form rage farmed) in a Twitter post (2022)

Words Nearby rage farming

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