What could possibly go wrong? Walkers is a popular brand of crisps (potato chips, if you’re a Yank) in the UK. Right now, it has a campaign where people can tweet in selfies, and Walkers will tweet back a video of them at the UEFA Champions League final, starring soccer legend and junk food pitchman, Gary Linekar. Show More Summary
Fox News host Sean Hannity tweeted late Tuesday afternoon that Media Matters For America, a left-wing, non-profit, online company committed to surveilling U.S. based conservative media, is trying to get him fired. “Mediamatters (sic) is trying to silence me, get me fired, pressure my advertising on radio and TV. Show More Summary
Today Twitter launched a new way for advertisers to promote a chat experience with Promoted Tweets. Direct Message Cards allow brands to reach users to start an experience with a bot directly in their Twitter feed. “Using a Direct Message Card, businesses can capture people’s attention with engaging image or video creatives, and include up to […]
Twitter today revealed that it's giving brands more multimedia features to encourage one-on-one conversations within promoted tweets, including video, interactive images and questions-based bots. Called Direct Message Cards, the feature can involve up to four, custom, call-to-action buttons that send users to direct messages with the brand. Show More Summary
Is there any way to boost or promote a particular tweet on Twitter? Is that done through Twitter advertising? The post Can I pay to promote a tweet on Twitter? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.
Promoted Tweets are an inevitable part of using Twitter. They’re an effective way to get people to engage with brands, either by following them, or getting them to tweet out stuff for the chance to win something. But now, Twitter isShow More Summary
I saw the promoted tweet last night. “Are you expecting? Questions about food? @CanIEatThisBot has tips from the FDA and Mayo Clinic.” But when I started asking questions, things got weird. Spoiler: It lies. Read more...
While in Japan promoting his latest A$AP Rocky x GUESS collaboration, A$AP Rocky took some time to sit down with Japanese magazine GIRL HOUYHNHNM. In the interview, Rocky touches on his recent controversial tweets and the beef between Raf Simons and OFF-WHITE, saying: “It’s just fashion. It’s one of those things where I think controversy and edge need […]
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The New York Times tweeted out a link specifically promoting its climate coverage following the backlash to the debut column of Bret Stephens today.
Last month, a Ryan Reynolds fan (who has since been promoted to super fan, by us) tweeted at Reynolds, saying that if the actor liked his tweet, he’d get Reynolds’ name tattooed on his butt. Of course, Reynolds did like the tweet, so… what did he expect? Twitter user @poolspidey ... More »
It's looking like Gisele Bundchen may have been behind Tom Brady's decision to bail on the New England Patriots' White House celebration. Just hours before the White House ceremony began Wednesday, Gisele promoted an anti-Trump protest called The…
Hey, stranger! Dylan O'Brien just tweeted to his 4.6 million followers for the first time since October 2016, to promote the trailer for his upcoming movie "American Assassin." You may recall how, last year around this time, O'BrienShow More Summary
Aaron Blake gives us a collection of Trump’s actions combined with tweets from the past that promote the opposite. Over the last two weeks, President Trump has attacked Syria without congressional approval, ratcheted up the use of force in Afghanistan with a huge bomb, and moved to reverse the Obama administration’s policy of releasing... Read more »
Variety magazine’s Co-Editor-in-Chief Claudia Eller, in a tweet promoting a new specialty issue, asked the public to answer this question... The post Variety Editor Asks, “How cool does Chelsea Clinton look on our Power of Women, NY, cover?” appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
President Donald Trump on Monday encouraged Americans to buy a book trolling Democrats that went viral earlier this year. "A great book for your reading enjoyment: 'REASONS TO VOTE FOR DEMOCRATS' by Michael J. Knowles," he tweeted. The book, "written" by an editor at the conservative publication The Daily Wire, has 260 blank pages. Show More Summary
What a guy. On a holiday that many Americans celebrate today as a holy day, Trump tweeted wildly. His main goal, as always, was to narcissistically promote himself, but then he spiraled into paranoia and grandiosity, finishing up by signaling that impending wars are right around the corner. Show More Summary