Objective-Marketing to promote my content in the hopes that it will go viral. I will spend a small amount of money on Twitter ads to promote the content and see if in the long run it increased the number of views. college life man https://t.co/Bu2bJAofJf — al (@almayerrr) November 2, 2016 I think there […]Read more "Viral Content Challenge"
In today’s world, everyone is fighting for one job. Their biggest goal is to get their resume in front of employers so they can get one step closer to working for their dream company. In honor of Halloween, I created this meme so college students can relate to it while keep the Halloween spirit alive. College […]Read more "Meme-ing My Way to an A"
Objective: Exceed the required metrics for the assignment and transform my meme from content to viral content. Meme: Twitter Webcard: Twitter Ads Engagement and Spend: Final Engagement Number (Twitter and Imgur totals): 64 Twitter engagements 97 Imgur views (see visual below) 161 Total Engagements Campaign Analysis: Although I panicked at times searching for my promoted […]Read more "A Viral Campaign About the Campaign: An Analysis"
Objective To reintroduce a millennial audience to the excitement, anticipation, and comedic slang/jokes that came from the loved TV sitcom. Introduce a new audience, the young and current Disney watchers, to the characters and inside jokes of this TV sitcom in anticipation to the new series. Web Card: 90s kids can relate to this on […]Read more "Baxters Back, Alright: Viral Content Challenge"
Stephen Curry is considered to be one of the top 3 basketball players in the NBA currently. He is best known for being a “sharpshooting wizard”. Walking on the streets I found his doppelgänger- which refers to an exact look-alike or double of a person. With that, I created a Twitter ads campaign to drive […]Read more "Steph Curry’s Doppelgänger: Viral Challenge"
Having just had the Presidential election, social media is filled with different opinions and opposing views. It’s interesting to see how a single hashtag can be used in drastically different ways. To analyze this further I chose to observe conversation around Donald Trump, by searching #Trump. Although some of the tweets against #Trump may stem […]Read more "Politics in Social Media: Is All Publicity Good Publicity?"
To many it seems that the United States has been separated into two. After the results of the election last week, #NotMyPresident began trending on Twitter. Supporters of both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took to twitter to voice their opinions on President-elect Trump. Supporters of Hillary Clinton maintained their support for her by sharing […]Read more "America is saying “#NotMyPresident”"
S/O to @Penn and @Harvard for reminding us why many of America's top students are passing on its "elite" universities #Penn #HarvardSoccer — Robert Enright (@roberteno1) November 12, 2016 “#HarvardUniversity fosters the culture of #sexism that pervades the rest of the nation.” https://t.co/9KMEqmJ5pi #HarvardSoccer — The Establishment (@ESTBLSHMNT) November 7, 2016 I am sick & […]Read more "#HarvardSoccer"
The presence of global warming in our world was not only recognized as a highly debated issue throughout our last election, but each and every day people argue on the truth behind this matter. Some do all they can to save our planet and stop global warming from occuring, while others don’t believe that this is a legitimate […]Read more "#GlobalWarming: Hoax or Horror?"
Last Tuesday, Election Night, Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in an upset victory, which left millions of Americans ecstatic and pleased, but also left millions of other Americans depressed and scared. This vast divide in reaction played out live on Twitter, with Clinton supporters expressing their sadness and pain and Trump supporters celebrating his win. […]Read more "#ElectionNight"