Posted on February 20, 2013, in Hot Topic, Marketing, Public Relations, Social Media and tagged BET, fake hacks, jeep and Burger King hacked, MTV, public relations nightmare, social media gone wrong, twitter hacking, why fake hacks aren't good publicity. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
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- @BrianDawkins Amen, sir! We all need to work a little harder to spread the word. Thanks for the inspiration. 36 minutes ago
- RT @BrianDawkins: Let your speech at all times be gracious (pleasant and winsome), seasoned [as it were] with salt, [so (cont) http://t.co/… 37 minutes ago
- @KeithStoeckeler Annnnd… this is what "news" has come to. 37 minutes ago
- @FletcherDoyle1 Never do. :) 39 minutes ago
- @RichardGrenell I seem to remember a certain other president making the same call- Oh, yeah. It was Reagan. And RR had more grace. 50 minutes ago
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