If you’re a blogger, at some point you’ve probably gone through with an Internet troll “a person whose sole purpose in life is to seek out people to argue with over extremely trivial issues."If you haven’t had this delightful experience yet, you will sooner or later. Technology is maturing faster than we are, so Internet trolls have become a fact of life.Those annoying, terribly rude comments that people make whenever possible online. Whenever there’s an opportunity to comment, whether through social media outlets, comment sections on blogs or web pages,or the customer feedback portions of a website, some people choose to write awful things for the world to see. These people have a name: online trolls.Online trolls post offensive, otherwise inappropriate comments on your online comment section. This does not necessarily include a simple bad review. But a troll will repeatedly post insulting or damaging information that goes beyond limit .
Online trolls believe that they are anonymous, able to hide safely behind their computer screens and in the thought of “Freedom of Speech” in the vast Internet world.Trolls can be costly in several ways.Most of the online trolling happens at YouTube comments, Blog comments, Forums, Email ,Facebook etc