Crowdtap Spoofs Industry Idiocy

Industry spoof videos have definitely become a thing, which is probably a good thing, because the digital media world can take itself too seriously.

Social marketing platform Crowdtap is the latest to try its hand at this phenomenon — and do so quite successfully. We always appreciate efforts to call out industry cliches and silly jargon, so good job to Crowdtap for poking fun at some stereotypical marketing company types by portraying the client/social marketer pitch process as a speed dating situation. Watch below.

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