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Colombia: Using an Earthquake to Advertise

Geek The Planet writes about an earthquake in Colombia which took place during the morning of February 24 and the recklessness of some Community Managers who used the quake to come up with advertising material. The post criticizes what various companies published on Twitter [es], and the writer posts some tweets that were deleted after the controversy they caused. “Some brands realized they were not being funny at all with their tweets and decided to delete them”.

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