Case Study: Multiple Twitter Touch Points Rocket Discovery Comms’ @MythBusters Into the Engagement Stratosphere

Tweets With Bang: The MythBusters Mole gives followers a sneak peak at upcoming experiments on the popular Discovery show.  Photo courtesy of Discovery Communications How do you build a captivated audience of more than 500,000 followers hanging on your every tweet, TwitPic and hashtag chat in two years? Discovery Communications did just that with its aggressive Twitter launch for the Discovery Channel’s Emmy-nominated show MythBusters (@MythBusters), aimed at growing the show’s audience and interactivity among its fans. The objectives were to create social media and real-world buzz around MythBuster s episodes, influence tune-in decisions, engage with existing and new fans through real-time, online interaction and build MythBusters ’ pop culture currency among celebrities in the “geek” science space. BEHIND THE SCIENCE Hosted by Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage and co-hosts Tory Belleci, Kari Byron and Grant Imahara, MythBusters is known for its explosive content and curiosity-seeking fan base.

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