Thanks to the IKEA-sponsored series Easy to Assemble, Sweden has gotten its fair share of attention in the online video world. But, because of a new social media strategy, the Scandinavian nation is poised to move from being the butt of meatball-related jokes.
Last year, the country turned its official twitter feed (@Sweden) over to the people, choosing a different ‘curator’ each week who was told tweet whatever they wanted on behalf of the whole country.
We've seen a fair amount of discussion about the significance of "likes" and their equivalents in the professional use of social media. I think the General Mills assertion regarding "likes" will be tested, I think it will hold, and ... Read Post
There’s product placement that literally shoves the product down your throat, and then there’s Easy to Assemble, Illeana Douglas’ IKEA-sponsored series that gently incorporates its sponsor into a semi-absurdist workplace comedy. The... Read Post