Facebook is going to start charging! Businesses and brands have been paying to play, and now the users have to pay too?
Ok … seriously if you are buying this story I have a bridge in California I would like to sell to you. It has a beautiful view and is over 80 years old.
I think all of us can learn something from this story that quickly took over the Facebook newsfeed.
Now that we have gotten that out of the way, what can we do to get exposure when a trend starts going viral on Facebook for the brands we represent.
Facebook Jumped In On the Fun When The Spoof Went Viral
Examples of How Others Responded On Facebook
In my opinion, this just proves even more that we need to continually be watching for opportunities to get more buzz for our brands. However, we need to be careful. Here are some examples of news hijacking that went bad for brands.
What lessons did you learn from this Facebook spoof? Comment below.