Linked In users can follow Entrepreneur Barbie for business inspiration.
She also shares news about her company, social media updates and her (very lengthy) CV.
To our amusement, the app put together our very own @Ellie Hallsworth with colleague @Matt Rant. Auto Trader (the used-car magazine and website) launched a week-long competition in December across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, using the hashtag #Driven By Me.
This page is based on a Wikipedia article written by contributors (read/edit).Text is available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license; additional terms may apply.Amy Byard, Social Media Account Manager, Umpf (@amybyard) The #putoutyourbats campaign paid tribute to Phillip Hughes, a 25-year-old Australian cricketer who died in November after being hit in the head with a cricket ball.It all started with a tweet by cricket fan Paul Taylor, who tweeted a picture of a cricket bat outside his home.Images, videos and audio are available under their respective licenses.
It’s that time of year again – we can now reveal the hotly anticipated Umpf Social Media Hall of Fame listing for 2014!The table, which follows last year’s round-up of stunts and campaigns, has been compiled following a year where brands – both big and small – have sought to embrace the power of real-time, reactive marketing.Now in its fifth year, the Social Media Hall of Fame is not ranked in any particular order, but these are case studies that, for one reason or another, have caught our attention.Well, it wouldn’t be Paddy Power if it wasn’t a bit naughty!After 55 years and more than 150 careers, Barbie finally launched her Linked In page in 2014.The stunt was certainly a conversation starter, with Mattel claiming the response to Barbie’s Linked In was “extremely positive,” and that “Barbie has been the original billboard for ‘girl power’ since 1959.” We love a good Twitter-scraping tool here at Umpf, and Butlers Bingo launched a belter of one ahead of Valentine’s Day this year.