Phrasee’s phavorite marketing tweets of the month: June 2019
by Stu Elmes
2 minutesread time | 2 July 2019
Summer is here.
Here at Phrasee, we couldn’t be happier about it.
Sunny days, long cool nights, and the vitamin D-infused marketing tweets we’ve been waiting all winter for.
Let’s see what the marketing world’s best and brightest were tweeting about in June…
We utilized eye-catching images of ducks, apropos of nothing at all…
— Jansher Rahman (@JansherRahman) June 19, 2019
And confronted hard truths, apropos of everything that we do…
What marketers do has a real effect on the people receiving those messages. It’s high time we all stood up and took responsibility for our actions. Marketers don’t operate in vacuums. So stand up and be counted. Join our movement.
— Parry Malm (@ParryMalm) June 13, 2019
No matter how insignificant that good might’ve seemed at the time…
Two years ago today, I woke up to a DM from @TheDiscoStu from @phrasee asking to interview me for their Who to Follow blog series. That interview helped me find my voice and confidence in a time of overwhelming impostor syndrome. Thank you, @phrasee. ♥️
— Jenn Clauss (@jenn_clauss) June 6, 2019
And saw the world’s most exciting technology set to tasks that weren’t important at all…
For the wind comes to the soul. So I said to my father and so soon The furrow of the advances of the stars. Then the rattle that the body stands the stair. And the sun sings out the straightful grace Of which the stars that shine to the stranger#ai #poem
— Neural Poet (@NeuralPoet) June 29, 2019
We remembered that, whether they like to admit it or not, people do appreciate what we do…
How can #Brands win over Consumers – #GrowthHacking #DigitalMarketing @kashthefuturist @DioFavatas @gvalan @DrFerdowsi @junjudapi @YuHelenYu @enricomolinari @JGrobicki @kuriharan @fogle_shane @JolaBurnett @avrohomg @PerdomoJavier @AmandaRay02 @dak970 @drhiot @StartGrowthHack pic.twitter.com/2FIukg7EMQ
— Faisal Khan (@fklivestolearn) June 18, 2019
that we must always stay vigilant, lest our mighty efforts go awry…
Personalization is important for cross-channel messaging, but it’s far from easy. There are lots of ways it can go wrong. Our latest webinar can help you avoid mistakes. https://t.co/o93DANPyFX
— MessageGears (@MessageGears) June 28, 2019
And that knowing where to focus those efforts is what really counts in the end…
So here’s my unpopular but true fact about personalisation in email:
— Elliot Ross (@iamelliot) June 18, 2019
But most of all, we stopped to smell the marketing roses, because without our friends, where would we be?
— Beyond the Envelope™ (@Paul_Airy) June 23, 2019