So we all saw what happened to Burger King yesterday, and it was funny.
Some of us changed our passwords.
And sent our condolences to the BK community manager.
Man, what a fun day on twitter.
*Come Tuesday* WAIT. WUT.
THIS JUST HAPPENED.
What was once hilarious…
Is now giving me extreme anxiety.
OMG please don’t hack me.
I’d like to keep my job.
I’m off to go change my password again and freak the hell out.
Social media hijack! #yummy #brunch #food #foodporn are among the most popular hashtags on Instagram. For some reason people just love to share what they eat, flooding the social network with images of snacks, delicious dishes and plates full of food. So why not take advantage of this visual food overdose trend to deliver a strong social message over the holiday period? This is the story of a social media hijack. A smart (and free) media placement on Instagram to highlight that 5,000 people in Sweden won’t have enough food or shelter this holiday season.
Simple and free, but I’m curious what the reach is on this.
The Onion | TED spoof on Using Social Media To Cover For Lack Of Original Thought
SNL’s Social Media expert weighs in on the election.
“The internet is real!”
You know how you see some things and wonder, “Why wasn’t this done before?” Great job, Gucci!
Gucci unveiled this week a banner ad with a small “Pin it” button on the bottom left-hand corner. The ad is part of Gucci’s Fall/Winter 2012 digital campaign, and will run on five sites: WSJ.com, Polyvore, Style.com, Lifestyle Mirror andNew York Magazine‘s fashion blog The Cut
Sometimes I look at brands’ so-called Social Media Experts. This about sums them up.
Pinterest is a place for creativity. Like when you’re naming your brand’s social media engagement contest!
This is like how people tend to make similar “everything bagel” jokes on Twitter, only it’s coming from professional marketing teams and therefore much worse.
GRIP IT AND RIP IT
This is pretty amazing.
Straight up original.