This Week @ Fifty & Five 10.19.12

This past week we witnessed Felix Baumgartner jump from over 128,000 feet in space. He survived and set the social media world afire with his feat. Great work by RedBull getting millions of impressions as their logo was in numerous videos, tweets and pictures. Facebook has made a small tweak which could have a very positive impact on International brands. CNN […]

This past week we witnessed Felix Baumgartner jump from over 128,000 feet in space. He survived and set the social media world afire with his feat. Great work by RedBull getting millions of impressions as their logo was in numerous videos, tweets and pictures. Facebook has made a small tweak which could have a very positive impact on International brands. CNN is using one of our favorite apps, Zite, for their CNN Trends segment. Very cool use of crowdsourcing. One of the top execs from Coca Cola (Wendy Clark, SVP of Integrated Marketing Communications) spoke about how they developed their social strategy which turned their brand into one of the best social brands in existence. This week we found a very cool Info graphic that dates the beginning of social media back to 1971. That is over forty years of history! For our viral videos for  this week, we have two for you. First, we have a funny and racy one. Please excuse the brief bad language (NSFW), but this video is too good not to share. Ouch! Second, look out NFL, a high school kicker just booted a 67-YARD FIELD GOAL! Nice work …

 

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Here are five other gems you may have missed from the past week in social media:

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Lucas Vandenberg
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