Marketers may soon need more than a clever tweet to stand out

02/18/2013 | Adweek

Quick-thinking Twitter reactions to events, such as Oreo's moves during the Super Bowl's electrical issues, are getting attention as brilliant marketing, but that may change as more marketers take up the practice, experts say. "From now on, brands are going to have to do a lot more to stand out because the pool of real-time participants is going to get crowded," says Shama Kabani of The Marketing Zen Group. Starbucks' use of a snowstorm to run a promotion -- turning Twitter into a call-to-action -- may be the sort of moves marketers have to make to distinguish themselves on social media, writes Christopher Heine.

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