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How HTC One’s Smartphone Campaign Earned 54,000 Photos Worldwide

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Brands using billboards in Times Square to encourage social media engagement is nothing new, but HTC One took things a step further with the brand’s “The Most Beautiful Smartphone campaign” over the holiday season. In an 11 week period, HTC One saw over 54,000 photos shared from consumers in five countries: the US, UK, China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Read →

American Apparel: “We’ve made as much as $50K in one flash sale on Twitter”

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Twitter has proven itself to be a valuable marketing tool for edgy clothing brand American Apparel. In an interview recently posted on the Twitter blog, American Apparel’s Director of Marketing Ryan Holiday discusses a single flash sale on Twitter that earned $50,000 for the clothing brand.

Why does Twitter work so well for American Apparel? Read →

Top Social Media Campaigns in 2013

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What were the best social media campaigns in 2013? From Oreo’s ‘Dunk in the Dark’ tweet at the Superbowl to Anchorman’s Ron Burgundy as a Dodge car salesman, there’s been plenty to choose from. Here are the top campaigns we published (based on traffic) this past year – and then one more for good luck. Read →

Virgin Atlantic Seeks #RedHotReporter for NFL International Series

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Virgin Atlantic, sponsor of the annual NFL International Series Game in London, is once again searching for a new #RedHotReporter – a young media personality with a passion for football and the social media chops to tweet about the journey and the game, from the @Virgin_Atlantic account. Read →

Johnson & Johnson #EyePledge: Selfies For A Good Cause

Johnson & Johnson #EyePledge

Selfies aren’t just the product of self-love or admiration; a new campaign from Johnson & Johnson is turning them into a form of donation. The brand’s new “Take the #EyePledge” campaign is meant to educate participants (and their social connections) about the the importance of eye exams, and to raise funds for Sight for Kids, a nonprofit that provides eye exams for needy children. Read →

Measuring Brand Sentiment in Realtime: NetBase Analyzes Dr. Pepper’s Man-Friendly Campaigns

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Dr. Pepper had a social media image problem in 2011 after its controversial “Not for Women” campaign. How did the brand manage to turn sentiment around and convince consumers it wasn’t a sexist soda manufacturer? Social intelligence firm NetBase uses Dr. Pepper as a case study, analyzing social sentiment around two campaigns to show which messages work for the brand and resonate with consumers. Read →

The Yelp Effect: How Can You Respond To A Negative Review?

Managing Your Brand on Yelp: Los Perros Locos

When it comes to managing a brand’s presence both online and in the brick-and-mortar world, review sites — and a brand’s response to those reviews – can have tremendous implications on businesses large and small. So how should brands respond to a negative review? Read →

Campbell’s #SlowKettle Twitter Party Trends With The Pope

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Have you heard of a Twitter party? Major CPG brands – including Campbell’s Soups and Duracell – have started to embrace this new Twitter marketing concept as a way to grow engagement and maximize their brand’s exposure on the platform. Read →

Conair Mobile Campaign Earns 800K Completed Video Views

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Mobile video – coupled with digital rewards – yielded impressive results in Conair’s recent mobile campaign. While many brands are still looking for the right way to delve into mobile, the hair styling appliance brand earned 800,000 views by offering consumers an incentive to view a mobile video ad. Read →

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