Twitter’s new app - #music. But yet, you can only listen to full songs if you pay for Spotify or RDIO. So the 99% of us won’t use it, even though it kinda makes sense. Womp womp.
Microsoft Research stole my idea and can now track how content goes viral on Twitter.
This Sunday, the hilarious Aisha Tyler is livetweeting the Oscars! And she’s replying to YOUR tweets!
Tweet to @AishaTyler @SlackerRadio with the hashtag #LetsGetPersonal all your Oscar commentary own the night!
PARODY: The Social Media Revolution.
“There are more social media consultants in London than there are children.”
Really makes you think twice about the little minutia you’re posting, doesn’t it?
For Those Who SHOUT.
Nike created an amazing program called #NikeShout in which Singapore fans could tweet or Facebook their support for their football team, and the messages would be displayed during the game on LED screens. Shout, shout, let it all out, Nike is the thing we care about?
For Those Who Know Their Jam.
This Is My Jam - the new face of online music sharing? Essentially over at This Is My Jam, users can post their favorite song of the moment. Just one song - that’s it. This song can live on your profile from five minutes to one week. You can share it on Facebook and Twitter, follow other people with similar interests, etc. It’s that simple, and that’s what is so great about it.
For Those Who Let Louis C.K. Speak For Them
VIDEO: Louis C.K. says he hates social media on Twitter on Conan O’Brien Show
While I don’t hate social media (as I work in it), he kinda hits the nail on the head.
For Those Who TwitFlix
VIDEO: Eddy Terstall’s TwitFlix
In order to raise money to film a feature length movie, Dutch filmmaker Eddy Terstall took to social media, where he had people pay him to make movies from their tweets. The more you paid, the longer your film was.
He is currently making his feature length film as he grossed more than he thought he would. God bless the Internet.
For Those Celebrities That Help You Make Find What You’re Searchin’
ARTICLE: Celebrity Twitters and its impact on Search
Interesting article about how social search (Google’s +1, BING’s Social Search) could highly benefit from celebrity influencers. Social search is sure to become the next obvious move from more interconnectedness. You trust your friends, right? Their shared links will surely lead you to get the best of what you need while brands will get more traffic to their pages.
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For Those Who Tweet To Change History
ARTICLE: 10 Historic Tweets That Changed The World
Ranges from Hudson river to first tweet in space to Kenneth Cole being a mega-douche.
For Those Who Tweet Where No One Has Ever Tweeted Before
MARKETING: Samsung Galaxy challenges Kenton Cool To Tweet From Top Of Mt. Evererst
While the product placement is obvious, you have to admit, this is pretty badass.
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For Those Who Tweet Before They Think
ARTICLE: GLEE Extra Fired For Tweeting Spoilers
At least in ten years, she has a good story from all this.
For Those Who Chase The Fox At Planeta Terra
VIDEO: Volkswagen Creates Fascinating Twitter Campaign for Brazilian Music Festival Planeta Terra
Volkswagen hid Planeta Terra tickets all around Sao Paolo, Brazil and provided a Google Map zoomed out of where the tickets were hidden. Then, users had to tweet #foxatplanetaterra. The more users tweeted this hashtag, the more the Google map zoomed in on the location of the hidden tickets. First user to arrive would win the tickets. #Foxatplanetaterra went on for four days and rapidly became a trending topic.
Props to Jo