thinking of hashtags is really boring

anonymous asked:

I'm made "kinda" at 5h management yesterday, they could've given Lauren better questions I saw the hashtag and man there was many great questions. things I really would've loved to know. Like who in there right mind ask someone else to say 3 world about themselves ? they will appear arrogant or maybe someone will hear her say "smt " then go off hating on her specifically thinking they know her better than anyone. I hope the rest will have better Q

if they answer boring questions now they’ll get to answer good questions next time

Congrats, I guess, to BTS and their Melon roof hits for “Blood Sweat Tears”, but I really, really wish the fandom did not use “#downwithballads” as their hashtags because as someone who loves ballads, it saddens me that many people think ballads are boring/not worthy to listen to and that many ARMYs don’t acknowledge Park Hyo Shin as one of Korea’s top male singers (and it’s clear they were making a jab at him with that hashtag because Park Hyo Shin was no. 1 on MelOn before BTS dropped their comeback album, and everyone knows that PHS mainly sings ballads).

There’s a huge interest in “low-key” corporate blogs/social media presences (Denny’s, NBC Hannibal, Taco Bell) but the thing is that these corporate blogs are being run by adults who are good at imitating the way teens talk and make jokes online, but once you isolate the actual content that they’re producing it’s just okay. They rely more on the IDEA of Denny’s saying something a teen would say instead of making sure that what they’re saying is actually funny

Still this marketing strategy is INFINITELY more appealing than the usual awkward, forced, “you like this boring thing because now there’s a hashtag for it” tactic that corporations usually employ, and it’s pretty much the way to go as far as I’m concerned. The key I think is getting, you know, people who really know their stuff on board to produce funny content instead of bombarding people’s dashboards with things you think are relevant  and awkwardly slapping your brand on it

Nintendo’s marketing strategy has been pretty uninspired and they haven’t really struck gold since the “Wii would like to play” ads back in ‘06. Since then it’s been an chain of attempts at viral videos that never make it off their youtube page, failed news programs (Nintendo Week, Nintendo Show 3D, Nintendo Minute is still going but who knows how long that’ll last), and ads that air on Cartoon Network that half their fans won’t ever see. They’d benefit greatly from an online marketing strategy that engages consumers without being patronizing or stiff, knows how to entertain tumblr’s userbase as well as Nintendo fans, actively participates in fandom activity, and remains funny and approachable




anonymous asked:

Do you think TMZ is really trying to tell us they don't have the exclusive and we just don't take the hint? This is fustrating.

no, because if they had nothing coming up they wouldn’t *still* be publishing and talking about the same boring video from three weeks ago.

ask yourself why tmz would still be hashtagging #endbabygate and constantly bringing it up if there’s really nothing else going on? if we find it annoying can you just imagine how tedious and boring regular tmz reader and viewers find it?

they *created* the interest in this story through all of their inane coverage immediately following the ‘birth’ when there really was no story there and they’ve continued to feed it by breaking the ‘custody battle’ angle (and they were the first ones to bring up the idea of the baby being fake).

you do not go through this much build up and redundancy only to then drop the story. try to take your fandom goggles off and view this from a business perspective; why on earth would they spend this much time and resources covering a non story? how does that make any sense business-wise?

When being really bored turns into a quick search of the hashtag “futureman” and reveals an actor’s shot of this on Friday along with a comment about costumes…

I think it’s safe to speculate with some certainty that the reason Josh was there on Friday was, in fact, for work on his new show.

Commence happy dance.

sometimes you go to msparp and you find

really bad rpers, here go the rude people who are generally assholes in general, the way out of character ones.

bad rpers, probably those who have a ridiculous OC or just try to impose their rp to everyone, or just roleplay really bad.

regular rpers, the ones you get to have some fun with

really good roleplayers. they who are skilled in the arts of interpretation, it feels good to talk with them

and then there’s the people who are so fucking accurate in character, you are left perplex and then you go tell your friends something like

“yo i think i found andrew hussie on msparp”