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Tag Archives: social media
Craig Carter, writing over on Ignite Social Media’s blog, reports back from his experience trying to find park specific social media at Walt Disney World at the end of 2011. His result was pretty much fruitless, but the experience wasn’t … Continue reading →
Twitter rolled out a couple big changes today. A new twitter homepage and app that focuses the experience more on activity was the first to be announced. Then they also dropped a new type of Twitter page designed with brands … Continue reading →
If you want to see how the proverbial Pixarian sausage is made, you’ll have your chance with a new tumblr blog from Pixar director Lee Unkrich. The Toy Story 3 director recently tweeted about a big meeting and then announced … Continue reading →
The Disney World Moms Panel has been a terrific experience for the women (and men) who have been accepted into the program. At the same time, it can be an incredible disappointment to make it to the final rounds, but … Continue reading →
I was just reading a really long thread on LaughingPlace.com‘s message boards. It covered a range of topics, but is generally concerned with Disney Park’s social media efforts, including inviting online media to events & and some perceived special treatment … Continue reading →