Big Companies That Failed On The Internet Hilariously!

Twitter is a funny place, but it is also somewhere a lot of companies from big to small promote their brand and production. Here are the biggest twitter blunders by top companies!

The intern did it!

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These tweets and others like them were posted by a former HMV employee who was hit hard by a wave of terminations in 2013.

OUCH!

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Whoever was running the StubHub Twitter feed one fateful Friday afternoon must have had a particularly rough day when they tweeted this out.

Tiny hands!

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This tweet managed to rack up over 1,000 likes and retweets, as well as garnering reactions from angry Trump supporters rallying behind the short-lived #BoycottMcDonalds hashtag.

Twitter rant

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In the wake of a critical Vanity Fair article that said Tinder was only for hookups, the brand launched a Twitter rant, with a series of tweets aimed at discounting the article’s findings.

Sass!

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You know when it’s real!

Wrong promotion

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We all love a good deal, but you should probably make sure you don’t get so excited you accidentally promote a competitor’s sale.

I have a plan

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Anthony just wanted to direct message looks like he clicked the wrong button and just informed the world about it.

Hashtag mishap!

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There are a lot of ways to do Twitter wrong, but using a hashtag without knowing what it means should be one of the easiest mistakes to avoid.

Patriots!

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Automated tweets can help save time, but when a PR crisis hits or an offensive or offended customer takes to social to engage with a brand, it’s best to make sure you’re checking in and making sure a bot isn’t getting you into trouble.

Marketing goes wrong!

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That hash­tag – #why­is­tayed – is about domes­tic vio­lence and emerged after head­lines of a Bal­ti­more Ravens run­ning back punch­ing his then-fiancée. Not every head­line or trend­ing hash­tag will be a good oppor­tu­ni­ty.