Phrasee’s phavorite marketing tweets of the month: November 2018
Let’s be honest: nobody likes November.
It’s gloomy, it’s cold (but not cold enough for snow), it’s wet and none of its holidays include gifts or chocolate.
But guess what: November’s over, and the merriest month of them all is about to begin. So let’s all take one quick look back at the month that was, let the weather-induced anxiety roll off our collective backs and never think about November 2018 again.
Let’s see how we did this month…
We stated the obvious…
4 Tips to Send Better Email Campaigns:
1) Don’t send email blasts
2) Don’t send email blasts
3) Don’t send email blasts
— Sarah Morgan (@susantherobot) November 14, 2018
Sometimes in hilarious ways…
— Faith Jenkins (@wooseandwillie) November 14, 2018
We collaborated with those who shared our vision…
Hanging out in @phrasee’s penthouse suite in #Vauxhall interviewing @ParryMalm for our @PwC_UK #5DaysofDisruption campaign.
(Yes that’s a kingsize bed and sunken bath…not weird at all) pic.twitter.com/UQvhl5iB7m
— Rob McCargow (@robmccargow) November 13, 2018
And agreed to disagree with those who didn’t…
— Erika Oliver (@erika_o) November 15, 2018
We made demands…
WE WANT ANIMATED EMOJIS BACK!#emailgeeks
— Paul Shriner (@shrinerp) November 13, 2018
And followed the data (no matter where it led us)…
— Phrasee (@phrasee) November 18, 2018
We remembered the golden rules…
6 Golden Rules of #SocialMedia
2. Tell Your Story
3. Be Consistent
4. Stay Focused
5. Create an Experience
6. Be Social
— Rebekah Radice (@RebekahRadice) November 18, 2018
And worked our butts off (because that’s how we roll)…
— Travel Digital Inc (@TravelDigitalI1) November 19, 2018
We sought comfort where we could…
My imaginary band has a single titled “Coding in the dark”. #emailgeeks
— Anne Tomlin (@pompeii79) November 18, 2018
And celebrated our hard-won victories…
— Frode Myklebust (@famyklebust) November 1, 2018
Because, at the end of the day, quality work is the only thing that stands the test of time…
— Ted Goas (@TedGoas) November 14, 2018
Well, that and impressing those darn hard to reach millennials…
Millennials, Gen Z, Gen Alpha… Young people are notoriously difficult to engage. But pay attention to the factors which have influenced their upbringing and you’ll find that earning their attention – and holding it – becomes infinitely easier. pic.twitter.com/HwLQv1kkrA
— Social Chain (@TheSocialChain) November 8, 2018
So tweet on, you marketing heroes! We’ll be watching as always, and we’ll see you all in December!
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