Cisco tried to cash in on the viral succes the Old Spice Guy campaign had lately. Instead of using a hot guy they used dorky Ted from Accounting.Read more
The Old Spice Man is a social media marketing campaign created for Old Spice by ad agency Wieden + Kennedy and stars actor Isaiah Mustafa.Read more
For those of you that don’t know it yet, you can follow the World Cup matches on Twitter as well. Twitter has dedicated a special page on its site to show all the tweets that include the hash tag worldcup as well as the hash tags related to the countries of the football teams.Read more
ISParade is a cool new way to visualise your Twitter followers. You’ll actually be walking in an animated parade with them!Read more
Levi’s is on the look out for it’s first virtual spokesperson for Levi’s womenswear. They already have Levi’s Guy Gareth and they are now looking for a Levi’s Girl.Read more
It seems as though, these days everyone and his dog claims to be a Social Media Guru or I have also seen people being called Social Media Ninja’s. I think it’s funny that people call themselves things like this. To me, I don’t think anybody should just claim to be a Social Media whatever. Especially in the world of Social Media you shouldn’t claim this.Read more
Looking for a great Social Media example? Check out Justin Bieber.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock or perhaps aren’t surrounded by tweens you will have heard of Justin Bieber.
To me this is an easy question to answer, but a hard one to explain. Let’s start with the easy answer: Social Media is word-of-mouth on steroids. Social Media is a new way of quickly and efficiently communicating and building relationships. Social Media tools are often used to support this. And now to explain it…Read more
What is 2.0 and what does it mean exactly? Nowadays everywhere you look you see 2.0. Everyone puts 2.0. next to anything at the moment. It all sounds nice and trendy but does anybody really know what it is? I started wondering about 2.0 myself so I decided to dig in a bit deeper on the subject. What I learned is that it’s really simple.Read more
As of 12 April 2010 the Royal Shakespeare Company is retelling the story of Romeo and Juliet on Twitter. According to the Guardian the entire tweeting experience will take five weeks and approximately 4,000 tweets.Read more