If you have no TV ad budget, would all-digital work? Newcastle Brown Ale would argue yes—digital content is just as effective if not more effective.
People, it’s time to start taking more selfies… But only if you’re willing to be muttbombed! This may sound ridiculous, but bear with us — “muttbombing” is a new Instagram craze, started by Dallas Pets Alive (DPA). Its goal is to m…
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.
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