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This week, Twitter was used across the Asia Pacific region to celebrate Australia Day, India's Republic Day, and the Chinese New Year of the Monkey.
For the second year, ClickZ ranks the top 10 social media fails from brands like Starbucks and Tinder, which range from embarrassing to egregiously offensive.
StubHub, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Havas, EVB, and the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) announced key hires and promotions this past October.
Green poo was one of many colorful ways brands celebrated on Twitter this week, alongside smiles, teachers, and all day breakfasts.
Fast food bucks today's healthier dining trends, but brands like Burger King and Taco Bell still get lots of love online. Are solid content strategies a factor? Some industry experts say yes.
While holidays always bring out brand Tweets, Labor Day was drowned by the attention Apple received on Twitter, where the hashtag for its annual event was trending for two straight days.
Brands typically steer clear of the hard news trending on Twitter, preferring to use the platform to celebrate things like National Dog Day... or snarkily shut down peace offerings from competitors.
How effective is your current personal online branding strategy? This exercise can help you leverage platforms like LinkedIn and Facebook to advocate on behalf of the most significant brand - you.
Two rappers' Twitter beef prompted Tweets from burger brands, Jon Stewart's Daily Show departure brought nostalgia, and National Underwear Day mostly just made brands get weird.