Phrasee’s phavorite marketing tweets of the month: May 2019
by Stu Elmes
2 minutesread time | 7 June 2019
No, not that kind of May. The other kind.
Although the sweeping changes to the user experience promised by the GDPR have yet to materialize (at least in the eyes of consumers), we’ve entered into a brave new marketing era nonetheless. Exciting digital platforms, technologies, and consumer expectations are driving a sea change in the way the marketing world does business, and our collective view of where this mighty industry is headed in the years to come remains murky, at best.
Luckily we’ve always got each other to turn to for answers, and awesome marketing tweets by the bushel offering us a welcome light in the marketing darkness.
What we’re really trying to say is, thanks for being you.
Let’s see how we did this month…
We found humor in the seemingly humorless…
“Data Privacy, Consent Fatigue, and GDPR” – new cartoon and post on playing whack-a-mole with privacy pop-up notices as GDPR celebrates its birthday https://t.co/FZlmbIlmPA#marketing #cartoon #GDPR #privacy pic.twitter.com/Egw6v5rSqw
— Tom Fishburne (@tomfishburne) May 26, 2019
And yelling at strangers…
Just because I signed up for one of your brands doesn’t mean you can send me emails from a sister brand just because you want to. Separate brands need separate email permissions. This is a great way to spike your spam complaints and unsubs, and erode your brand trust. pic.twitter.com/GdL8XKcy3n
— Chad S. White (@chadswhite) May 24, 2019
But most of all, we stayed fashionable at all times, because in the end, we all know that’s what really matters…
You can safely assume that these are the pants I’m wearing whenever I present a webinar from home. Still time to join @Iterable‘s Good Robot/Bad Robot session today at 1pm ET with me, @wcoburn & @ParryMalm! Reg: https://t.co/biKDwWpl7Y#emailgeeks #emailmarketing #crosschannel pic.twitter.com/ebVN4wPH3o
— Jen Capstraw (@jencapstraw) May 23, 2019