Netflix’s best Tweets that prove Twitter can be a great marketing tool
Twitter can be a challenge for companies. The microblogging site wasn’t originally made for marketing. However, limited by characters and content, some businesses have been able to dominate the platform.
Netflix is one of the companies that takes its Twitter (but not the Tweets) seriously. The streaming service knows exactly how to get the conversation started. Using a mix of text, memes and screen grabs of the shows and films streaming, Netflix knows Twitter.
Someone bust out the popcorn, because these are some of the best Tweets from Netflix.
A combination of both Pulp Fiction and memes:
[extremely samuel l. jackson in pulp fiction voice] ASK ME IF I’M STILL WATCHING ONE MORE TIME
— Netflix (@netflix) December 19, 2017
Jumping to the defence of Brie Larson in the replies:
Brie Larson has:
58 acting credits
53 award noms
2 writing credits
2 short film directing credits
1 composing credit
1 producing credit
1 feature directing credit
Been working since 1998
Worked with Apatow, Baumbach, Wright, Boden, Fleck, Abrahamson, and more.
— NetflixFilm (@NetflixFilm) March 22, 2019
La La Land might have lost but the memes won:
For your consideration pic.twitter.com/9K3Ee0QHAP
— Netflix (@netflix) December 6, 2017
Using data to connect directly to its audience:
To the 53 people who’ve watched A Christmas Prince every day for the past 18 days: Who hurt you?
— Netflix (@netflix) December 11, 2017
Celebrating 8 Mile hitting the service, the account referenced some of Eminem’s most known lyrics:
8 Mile, the heartwarming tale of a nauseous young man who cures his sweaty palms through the power of mom’s spaghetti, is now streaming.
— Netflix (@netflix) December 2, 2017
Conspiracies surrounding the popular Stranger Things got everyone talking:
Mike called Eleven every night for 353 days
— Netflix (@netflix) October 28, 2017