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"Corporate Humanization and
Why Pretending to be Friendly
“and Relatable on Social Media is
3 Transparent Marketing Tactic"
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    • Expose him
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    • Silence brand!!!
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    • Microsoft:
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    • We all knew what it was when we started liking Wendy’s tweets. It’s not about trusting the brand, it’s about the comedy of jack in the box telling Arby’s to go fuck themselves.
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    • I actually wrote my research paper on the effects of social media marketing on brand loyalty and trust and after months of research I can confidently say. Yea pretty much, but it works soooooooooooooooooooooo
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    • What’s even gayer is when companies blatantly infiltrate the meme culture with gay ad memes and u homos eat it right up
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    • ok why can’t brands be friendly..? y’all just makin up shit to complain now ☠️
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    • Seriously who cares though? It's just marketing. Honestly it's less annoying than seeing advertisements everywhere
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    • What else would they be doing? Tf you think a multi million dillar company is actually interested in what you did for homework?
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    • Holden 22 may
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    • I feel like fake woke people are just people that are a step and a half behind. Yes, we all know its a marketing tactic, its not some corporate conspiracy that you’re cursed by your wokeness to know
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    • beeetie 22 may
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    • How y’all lookin defending corporate twitters
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    • The people who say brands acting relatable is a obvious marketing trend are probably also the people who say they aren’t affected by advertisements, and are also the main reason these ads are effective
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    • Okay shill
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    • I don’t see why it’s a bad marketing tactic. It’s like having friendly customer service. You just have a good social media admin.
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    • 𒀱𒈔𒅒𒈔𒅒𒈔𒅒𒈔𒅒𒇫𒄆𒇫𒄆𒇫𒄆𒀱𒈔𒅒𒇫𒄆𒇫𒄆𒇫𒄆𒇫𒄆𒇫𒄆𒂝𒀱𒂝𒀱𒂝𒅒𒈔𒅒𒇫𒄆𒇫𒄆𒇫𒄆𒇫𒄆𒇫𒄆𒀱𒂝𒀱𒂝𒈔𒅒𒈔𒅒𒈔𒅒𒇫𒄆𒇫𒄆𒇫𒄆𒇫𒄆𒇫𒄆𒅒𒈔
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    • So now people don't like brands talking to us now
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    • Yeah but why do people care? It's advertisment that isn't interrupting and sometimes genuinely entertaining why does it being easy marking a problem
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    • "You cannot send or receive messages to Microsoft Office
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    • Guy was kinda an ass for no reason but ok
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    • I mean of course it is, but it's much more interesting than a stoic and silent corporation. I like it and think it's fun
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    • I don't understand why y'all hate this so much, like some of the stuff they do is pretty funny. Wendy's can roast the fuck out of some guy on twitter but it doesn't make me want to eat a burger
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    • Didly 24 may
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    • yeah... but transparent marketing is the only good kind of marketing. What, did people think brands have social media just for fun? Its honest (transparent) marketing that isnt malicious, what would you prefer?
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    • I don’t know, it kind of worked for Wendy’s for a bit there
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    • So one of the biggest businesses out there tries to be friendly with you and you piss on them? That's some big dick energy right there.
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    • And then there’s Wendy’s
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    • Does it bother anyone else when people say things like this thinking they’re clever and deep but are just pointing out what everyone already knows but doesn’t care
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    • Wetmouth 18 may
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    • Blame Wendy’s that started it
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    • Of course it’s a marketing technique, but I enjoy it. Wendy’s roasting people on Twitter is funny
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    • Somehow Wendy's feels genuine because deep down I feel like the guy who runs the Wendy's Twitter has gone rogue and does what he wants and Wendy's just went with it
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    • Did anyone think it wasn’t a marketing tactic?? Its still cool and funny
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    • That's why Wendy's being a savage bitch online is so successful
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    • Same idiots who applaud Wendy's and similar brands: you are not immune to propaganda.
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    • We live in a society
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    • But is there anything wrong with it, though? I mean, it’s just marketing.
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    • Critical hit holy shit
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    • Wait so where does Wendy's fit on this spectrum?
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    • 𝚜𝚑𝚞𝚝 𝚝𝚑𝚎 𝔽𝕌ℂ𝕂 𝕌ℙ 𝘽𝙍𝘼𝙉𝘿
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    • It is and it works. It’s like calling people out for putting shit ok billboards. It’s obviously just marketing but in this friendly case at least it’s nice and sometimes funny too
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    • Idk I think it's fine. Before this brands would try to upheld certain images so it's a natural progression from that to have online personas. Not to mention Im sure being the person in that marketing job has got to be more interesting with this kind of freedom.
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    • Bro who gives a shit if it’s transparent it’s fun these company’s pay people to run their social media it was never supposed to be transparent
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    • “Someone representing a company was friendly to me on social media!! Let’s get him!!!”
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    • But... that's how marketing works
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    • bout to end this man's whole career
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    • It wasnt really a secret. Companies have Twitter accounts to be closer to their customers and humanize themselves. Everything they do is a marketing tactic.
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    • That last dudes a dick. Jesus Christ, you suck the fun out of everything don’t you?
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    • by Fall Out Boy
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    • Marketing isn’t evil retards
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    • mfw microsoft office will never truly love me the way a faceless corporation should. why even live
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    • Microsoft Office: Fuck you
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    • Idk about that, everyone started loving Wendy’s after they went viral with their humanistic roast tweets
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    • Of course it's marketing. We still love it. No different than making funny commercials.
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    • Any business is meant to make money, I’d much rather buy a product from a business that tries to be friendly like this
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    • Corporations are not friendly, they are not people, they dont have empathy and they arent to be trusted no matter how altruistic they seem.
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    • "Sam Yaoi" talkin a lot of shit about humanization of brands when hes obsessed over 2d homos
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    • No wonder he did it in one sitting. All three are just the single word “Duh.”
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    • Guacamole Nigga Penis
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    • Well no shit I didn't think they paid the guy who runs Wendy's Twitter account just for the sake of it
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    • Whoever’s in charge of the social media probably is pretty friendly. No need to take it out on them
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    • well that goes without saying. do you honestly think companies and corporations take time to create social media outlets for no reason?
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    • They can't make us happy. If they act like non caring robots we get mad, if they act like they care... we still get mad
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    • Personally, I like the friendlier approach. At least they're trying to be welcoming instead of having soulless bots respond to everything
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    • See, what if it was just some curious Microsoft employee that actually wanted to know.
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    • A corporation is a group of people, not a person unto itself. They already shouldn’t have legal rights. People thinking of them as human isn’t gonna help anything.
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    • Social media actually works really great in advertising
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    • Finally someone called them out
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    • Its effective though
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    • When you read his last name... only the real nigs know
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    • The reason it's so transparent is because the behavior is super normal and so it doesn't really upset anyone but then it never really charms anyone either, to get people to actually like you, you need to be willing to upset some too
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    • Why care? Its fun
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    • His name Sam yaoi and his pfp is Tumblr art. His opinion is irrelevant.
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