Today, good management of a crisis means avoiding being named the “Most Hated Person in the World.”
The killing of Cecil the Lion propelled PETA to the top spot on Twitter and Instagram, with celebs’ reactions receiving the most traction.
Nissan and its agency partner TBWA saw an opening for a clever campaign when Ferrari issued a cease and desist to musician and automotive enthusiast Deadmau5, who had given his Ferrari 458 Italia a custom meme-inspired makeover.
Another Twitter change debuted on Tuesday, Oct. 6, at 12:01 a.m.—“Moments,” a pastiche of videos, tweets and photos of trending stories and events.
There is still time for social media communicators to prepare for Facebook’s imminent “Dislike” button.
Even though it’s a cliché at this point, the importance of visual storytelling cannot be understated. The truth of that statement becomes more evident when you throw social media into the mix.
Ditch the hard sell in favor of supplying top-quality content. Serve the community and they’ll return the favor by helping you achieve your business goals.
Thanks to Twitter, PR, sales and marketing just got a little cozier. The company announced yesterday that retailers using certain e-commerce platforms can now sell products and services within a tweet by adding a “Buy” button.