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27.02.15

Friday Five #2

Five of our favourite things from week ending 27th February 2015…

  1. Brits and Brands
    There was one hashtag on everyone’s lips following the Brits – #MadonnaAtTheBrits.

    If you missed it, here are some of the best brand reactions to the Madonna fall…


    But was it all a PR stunt?

  2. Take on a Tiger

    Think you can outrun a tiger? That’s what WWF Russia want you to take on in their Run4Tiger campaign – a real wild tiger with a GPS tracker. If you win? The glory of outrunning a tiger. If you lose? You’ll automatically donate to the WWF fund to help protect endangered tigers.

  3. #CrabbiesDanceOff

    Remember this Gordon’s Gin ad?

    This week, @CrabbiesUK tweeted @GordonTheBoar challenging him to a #CrabbiesDanceOff on Twitter, with a video featuring their own J.C. The Elephant:

    Here’s the response from Gordon’s:

    Eyes peeled to see what @CrabbiesUK come back with…

  4. Two million advertisers like Facebook

    And Zuckerberg has just two words to say to them: Thank You.

    And these:

    “Our mission is to make the world more open and connected, and an important part of that is helping people connect with businesses. Today, we want to express our thanks to you and all of our advertising partners — 2 million strong and growing every day. We’re going to keep working to serve you better, so you can continue creating jobs and opportunities in your community, and moving the entire world forward.”

  5. Llama Drama

    Here’s how two llama’s escaping in Arizona exploded on Twitter:

    Within hours you could take a Buzzfeed quiz to find out which runaway llama you are and an article outlining Five Things Business Leaders Can Learm From #LlamaChase had been published.

BONUS: #DressGate

Is this dress gold and white or blue and black?

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It’s clearly gold and white, but here’s the science behind the dress which broke the internet today.

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