Twitter takes a look at March advertising wins

Twitter has been promoting its advertising system again, this time courtesy of a blog article featuring what they call the “creative wins” on the social media network this month.

They begin by looking at the big movie releases to come in 2015 (and to be fair there are a lot of much hyped movies to come).  Marvel used a custom “Flock to Unlock” card that they show with a trailer and Heineken feature with their Champions League sponsorship.

Marvel Avengers - Age of Ultron cover image tweet
Marvel Avengers – Age of Ultron cover image tweet

Playstation UK then get a mention for the release of a new game and then one of our favourite, and most controversial, campaign runners is shown – PaddyPower.  It’s a just a shame that the campaign they show is one of the least inventive from the bookmakers of late (in our opinion).

The betting theme continues with William Hill before they move on to campaigns from Three, Almanac and Virgin Media with their alternative use of the Eastenders “Who killed Lucy” storyline.

Nestle and KitKat get a mention too, with a nice image and a strange message – wishing Happy Birthday to Rhianna.

KitKat wish Rhianna a Happy Birthday
KitKat wish Rhianna a Happy Birthday

We’re not really sure of the intent of the blog other than to recap on paid for advertising campaigns in the first week of March, and perhaps with the exception of Marvel and Three, there isn’t actually a great deal of creative wizardy for them to showcase.

However, you can make your own mind up by viewing the full Twitter blog article here.

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