December 14, 2009

Week of Tweets #3

Here we are again. Start of the week and looking back at the best of my tweets from the past week. Well, I say “mine” but since I retweet a lot the credit has to go to the people I follow…

RT @saman325: The 10 Most Innovative Viral Ads of 2009

  • Although many people would like the word “viral” to disappear it still continues to catch the attention of the masses. Check out the whole selection on Mashable.

10 Tips for Viral Marketers From a Military Propaganda Manual – via Adverlab blog

  • Sorry, that “viral” word again. But I thought that a the tips in this military rumor manual dated 1943 really did ring true today.

When real world objects get connected to the Internet… Top 10 Internet of Things Products of 2009 –

  • It wasn’t long ago that being online meant sitting at an uncomfortable desk listening to a squealing modem as it connected to the web. Soon everything will be connected to the web wherever you are…

Very handy… RT @belindaang: 5 fantastic digital branding campaigns from 2009 ~

Interesting review of 3 online campaigns –

  • Levi’s leveraged a broad range of new media types to drive additional credibility and impact
  • Dos Equis was able to extend the experience to dedicated fans via Facebook
  • “The Office” maintained a level of authenticity by mimicking consumers’ own social behaviors

Flutter: The New Twitter – funny Slate video if you haven’t seen it already

  • This is been around a while but I just came across it. Made me smile…

Must read RT @RGA: Contagious mag’s ‘Most Contagious 2009’: (thx @conradlisco)

  • If you only have time to read one thing this week then read this.

It had to happen! RT @ericphu: When captcha’s go bad – Coke insults customers with random code

  • FIZZY drinks giant Coca-Cola has apologised after its website produced a security code that read: “U F * * K R”.