The Field of Dreams call to action, “build it and they will come,” has turned out to be true for many Web services. However, the maxim for digital developers needs some tweaking. “Build it and they will come and pay to get in,” has a much nicer ring to it for those seeking to build […]
Church’s Chicken knows what good is. Yes, good is fried chicken and biscuits, but it’s also much more than that and Church’s is smart to go where this language leads. According to Media Post, the brand has launched a new Twitter-based promotion, where the QSR will put one dollar into a “pay it forward” fund […]
IM Shopping is a well named new information service that’s leaning heavily on the Twitter platform. According to Moco News, people can ask questions about products they’re interested in by directing them to @imshopping on Twitter. The company says “trained experts” will offer detailed responses with information pulled from a variety of sources, including reviews […]
Mind your own flock at TwitterSheep.com.
Emo Joe explains why Twitter makes sense to him. No longer am I bound by the crushing social psychosis unleashed by millions of glittering and obtrusive MySpace profiles. No longer must I yield to those insipid Facebook pokes, quizzes and 25 random things. No longer will I be confronted by another invasive and unbecoming photo […]
If our semi-regular “Today In Twitterverse” series isn’t enough of a meal for you, Adweek can fix that with TweetFreak. According to Adweek’s Tim Nudd, the site will “link to Twitter-related marketing stories daily and track Twitter mentions of agencies, brands and media that are making news on a given day. ”
I just read a refreshing article by Mark Hall of Epigonic where he calls Twitter’s worth into question. He says he knows what he’s saying is “utter heresy in the current moment” but aks that we hear him out. I admire Twitter as web craft. It is very, very nicely made. But in general, how […]