Usually when you are following a company or a brand, it’s for one of three reasons; you are a true fan of the brand and want to support it, you have some gripe with this company that you want to voice or resolve, or you want to keep an eye on it for some news and special offers. So we have selected Twitter feeds that satisfy this and much more.
Threadless is a Chicago based hip online T-shirt retailer that manages to bring a certain awesomeness to everything they do and their Twitter account is not lacking in awesomeness. Besides the fact that you will want to click on every new T-shirt design that they link to on their account, you will also get first dibs on some of their special offers and contests. The account also comes with a side of humor as well.
The mega-brand who’s marketing schemes even target the haters has an excellent Account on Twitter. Their account deals with the haters in a very capable, and sometimes amusing, manner. Apart from the customer service side of the account, you can expect to learn some facts and tips about making the perfect cup of coffee.
This sets the bar for excellent use of Twitter by a corporation. It has it all; Twitter exclusive deals and competition, interesting articles and information and superb customer service. Let’s face it, who wouldn’t mind paying less for an already cheap flight?
The upstart probably has some of the best deals on Twitter; they always have some wonderful last minute ticket deals that are to die for. They also run some of the few 24 hour Twitter accounts, so at any time of day if you mention them or send them a message, they will immediately reply and certainly living up to their slogan of bringing humanity back to air travel.
While less popular than its sale-aversive competitor, the Amazon MP3 always has offers announced on its Twitter feed. It also promotes a wide variety of artists and might serve like a good place to get some new playlist recommendations.
Whole Foods is a corporation that definitely pleases the greens, it’s the world’s largest retailer of natural and organic foods and it certainly knows its market. Its Twitter account is filled with environmentally conscious tweets and links, along with tips and recipes for some delicious organic dinning.
There are literary a dozen different Best Buy accounts on Twitter, in all honesty that’s the only one that I care about and appreciate. The account strictly posts Best Buy deals, no jokes, no customer service, and no news. Nothing but excellent deals on some items that I would love to drop by and pick up.
The Geek Force is infamous for its honorable deeds of rescuing computer users in distress and the @twelpforce carries the torch. If you are looking for some quick trouble shooting, just drop them a tweet.
DD’s feed is actually entertaining because of the conversations that take place on it. People seem to have a very personal relationship with their DD stores.
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