Dropping the F-bomb, calling everybody dumb or spamming your Facebook feed? You name it, and these companies will deliver.
If there was ever any doubt about which is the classy one out of the Rolls-Royce/Bentley duo, those hashtags on auto show Bentleys got rid of it without a trace.
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Social media accounts should only be managed by people who actually know the brand as well. A lesson learnt the hard way at GM.
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Ladies and gentlemen, not even a Dodge fan! GM and Chrysler people clearly go to the same bars.
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The 'Camry Effect' is basically when you piss off customers by sending out a bunch of stupid, spammish tweets blabbing about the benefits of beige.
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The dance was bad, but the theme music was worse. It's my ringtone.
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What can happen to iPhone prototypes doesn't necessarily work with massive cast metal parts left in a cafe.
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Basically, calling everybody without a Smart dumb.
You know who was the dumb one all that time? Smart.
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Sitting at the airport in the most luxurious fashion. JayBe_III:
Qantas started a campaign called #QantasLuxury the day after they grounded all their planes.
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"I find it ironic that Detroit is known as the#motorcity and yet no one here knows how to fucking drive".
We found it ironic too.
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