Social Media Today: Lewd Tweet, Tumblr Teams Up, Series Debuts on Facebook
By Melony Roy
Airline Employee Will Not Be Fired For Tweet
The US Airways employee who tweeted a lewd photo from the company’s Twitter account will not be fired.
The company says it was an honest mistake and was done as part of the process to capture the tweet to flag it as inappropriate but the image was accidentally included in a response to a customer.
Tumblr Teams Up With Philly Based Company
Tumblr is teaming up with Philadelphia-based Curalate to add visual analytics to its platform.
A large percentage of Tumblr posts are images with no text or hashtags but Curalate says its technology will enable brands to understand the platform’s audience.
Curalate is the only company that provides visual analytics across Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram and now, Tumblr.
New Series Debuts on Facebook Ahead of TV Premiere
Hoping to get some “likes” before the show’s premiere tonight, the Esquire Network has posted the first episode of its new series “Lucky Bastards” on Facebook.
The show follows the true story of six male entrepreneurs living in New York City and will air at 10 pm.
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