Cast Your Vote! Zoomph’s Top Twitter Fails of 2014December 04, 2014
Oops! They Tweeted What?!
We take these countdowns seriously. Especially when talking about Social Media (that’s kinda what we do for a living…). This year, we want to explore the BIGGEST Twitter Fails. We have selected the TOP 4 nominees and we want you to cast your vote. All you have to do is Tweet @Zoomph with who you think made the biggest ‘oops’. The Zoompher with the most VOTES will win a great prize. Afterall, ’tis the season of giving. Scroll down to find out WHAT you’ll win 🙂
And, the Nominees Are:
1. DiGiorno’s #WhyIStayed Tweet:
DiGiorno used a trending topic on Twitter to make a joke about pizza. Unfortunately, the hashtag was in regard to domestic violence in lieu of the Ray Rice scandal. DiGiorno eventually acknowledged their mistake and deleted the Tweet. The moral of the story? Research trending topics prior to tweeting!
Want to vote for DiGiorno’s EPIC fail? Tweet @Zoomph using #WhyIStayed
2. Ann Coulter Mocks #BringBackOurGirls:
Ann Coulter received major backlash after using the Nigerian #BringBackOurGirls. Coulter tweeted “My hashtag contribution to world affairs” with an image of herself holding a sign with her own hashtag.” #BringBackOurGirls was used to encourage the release of girls being held by the Islamist militant group, Boko Haram. Supporters of the hashtag replaced the text on Coulter’s paper with their own phrases to describe their views of her Tweet.
Want to vote for Ann Coulter’s EPIC fail? Tweet @Zoomph using #BringBackOurGirls
3. US Airways Explicit Tweet:
The airline tweeted out an explicit photo from their official Twitter feed in response to a customer service request. The photo remained online for over an hour before it was removed. The moral of the story? Monitor your social media closely; one of the biggest mistakes was that this Tweet was visible for more than an hour.
Want to vote for US Airway’s EPIC fail? Tweet @Zoomph using #USAirTweet
4. Entenmann’s #NotGuilty Tweet:
Baked goods company, Entenmann’s, faced backlash after using #notguilty in a tweet without realizing it referred to the Casey Anthony trial. Moral of the story? Don’t force your brand into every conversation, especially when that conversation is a touchy subject.
Want to vote for Entenmann’s EPIC fail? Tweet @Zoomph using #NotGuilty
Cast Your Vote & Win!
Now that you’re ready to vote, let’s give you all the juicy details on what you could win! After tweeting @Zoomph with the hashtag of your choice, you’ll be entered into winning our end-of-the year giveaway! Vote Now!
- 3 FREE Months of Zoomph
- 1 FREE Chromecast
- And, a White Elephant of our choice 🙂 You’ll never know what fun gift we’ll come up with!