Things are slower for everyone during the late summer, including those manning the social media accounts at big brands.
That’s why there is always fodder for these collections of lame brand tweets, Facebook posts and Instagram posts, that we at Digiday like to put together. Check out the latest in corny and useless brand tweets.
The ol’ fill-in-the-blank trick. Always lame.
Fill in the blank: __________ is softer than Charmin Ultra Soft. (We have a feeling sports fans are going to have a FIELD day with this one)
— Charmin (@Charmin) August 19, 2013
I think every day is probably bad poetry day for brands.
It’s Bad Poetry Day! *clears throat* Please stand back I can feel your attack It’s a party of one When I’m popping the cap! — Snapple® (@Snapple) August 18, 2013
This is really forced and really random.
This is high fructose-corn-syrupy-sweet. Extra cornball points for that hashtag.
The dreaded “Happy Friday” tweet. No one should tweet happy friday, not brands, not people. Save your fingers a few taps and just don’t.
— Walgreens (@Walgreens) August 16, 2013
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