@1day1brand top tweets for the week ending May 6, 2011. The speed of information dissemination has accelerated. Keeping up can be a breathless activity. To help keep up on how branding can help your business, Distility @1day1brand offers a recap of this week’s top @1day1brand tweets.
- Thinking Big – Method Home Cleans Up With Style and (Toxic-Free) Substance. http://ow.ly/4MQEV
- Meet The Brand Called Wally Olins. http://ow.ly/4LXbj
- 2011 Logo Trends: “Last year was brighter. This year is lighter.” http://ow.ly/4L3Ir
This week’s Top Distility Rebranding Branding Content
- Farmville: When New Brand Categories Kill. http://ow.ly/4M1Wc
Twitter Tips and Jargon for the uninitiated
When you only have 140 characters to work with, you need to be creative and embrace character saving short-forms. While some English twitter short-forms have found their way into tweets by Francophones, there are also excellent French language ones which are worth notice and use; some of the French abbrevations are shorter and — truth be told — simply more clever.
|TTYL (Talk to you later)||A+ (à plus tard)|
|Where are you?||t où? (t’es où?)|
|LOL (Laughing out loud)||mdr (mort de rire)|
|FYI (For your information)||pvi (pour votre information)|
|Why||“pk” or “pq” (pourquoi)|
|Because||pcq (parce que)|
|I love you||je tm (je t’aime)|
For a more words and phrases to use in your next gazouillis (tweet), visit the C’est La Vie program page at www.cbc.ca.