Audubon’s ‘Tweet Your Tweet’ is a fun way to add some rhythm to your 140-character messages. The concept is fairly self-explanatory: by visiting tweetyourtweet.com, users can have Twitter messages sung to them by a joyous little songbird. The silly concept is sure to bring a smile to the recipients of your tweet.
The National Audubon Society has previously come up with several clever initiatives to promote its mission to protect birds and preserve natural habitats. This clever marketing technique is relevant to the society’s campaign and capitalizes on the popularity of massive social networks like Twitter.
If you scroll to the bottom of the website, you’ll see that the 20th century-established society injects even more humor into its website with a punny tagline that reads: "Tweeting since 1905."
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The ‘Tweet Your Tweet’ Website Features a Bird to Sing Twit
- By: Laura McQuarrieJun 5, 2013