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Enter Brand Bowl 53, Twitter’s official advertising competition in the buildup to and throughout the big game, and learn how Twitter’s influential audience can get in on the action, too.
Wendy’s Restaurants teamed up with Twitter to launch new products and value messaging during basketball’s biggest month, allowing fans to pick their own bracket winners, and using polls, Promoted Tweets, video highlights, and live streams to engage with Twitter’s influential audience.
Learn how Capcom used a Twitter Brand Survey to measure the effectiveness of their launch campaign for the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection.
Twitter partnered with the 3% Movement and Sprinklr to analyze the role purpose-driven messages played on advertising’s most Tweeted about day: #SB53 .
HEINZ used Twitter to raise awareness for HEINZ Mayonnaise. By making a Twitter poll asking if they should release Mayochup in the US, HEINZ built excitement, energy, and visibility while creating a positive association with their ketchup. Thanks in part to Twitter, it was one of the most effective new launches in the HEINZ company’s history.
How Sonos used Twitter First View and Promoted Trend to break through the pre-holiday tech launch clutter
Sonos harnessed the power of Twitter First View and Promoted Trend to launch its voice-controlled smart speaker during the most competitive month of the year. Twitter helped Sonos generate top-of-mind awareness with consumers and outshine larger speaker brands with bigger marketing budgets.