Digiday recently collected a roundup of a brand tweets that highlight how not to have a social media presence. But companies aren’t just cheesy on Twitter. In the interest of fairness-in-shaming, here are a smattering of recent Facebook flops by brands that should know better. (And, come to think of it, maybe their fans should know better too, because a lot of these posts got way too many likes.)
A Snapple bottle band? Someone call Pitchfork! (Actually, they’d probably be into this.)
Asking for people to like you is so needy. We’ll give you a pass if this was the result of caffeine withdrawal, though.
That is one tough word scramble. “Exact Rear” was our guess.
Here’s my favorite emoticon, Orbit … >:-(
I don’t think you are fully grasping the concept of the tbt hashtag.
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