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The Breakfast of Kings (or Social Media Barons) November 25, 2009

Posted by BCME UK in Food & Drink, PR, Social media.
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By Nate

Inside Your Search

Who knew that Google was in fact powered by a mild-mannered librarian type full of a certain wheat-based cereal? As my inaugural blog I thought I would share this awesome little mini-site from Weetabix, delves deep into the inner-workings of Google and shows us the truth behind the world’s largest search engine. This site has all the hallmarks of being a social media winner; witty, creative, easy to use with light-heated digs at a huge brand and perhaps most importantly, easy to share. It is already spreading like wildfire through the murky underbelly of Twitter and I am predicting that this will breakout to wider acclaim on a social networking site near you soon! Innovative little bits of content like these are, I feel, essential if a brand wants to achieve cut-through in an increasingly cluttered social media space. So expect to see more of these from me as I scour the internet to bring the best little widgets of social media content to the Chocolate Fix.




1. Tweets that mention The Breakfast of Kings (or Social Media Barons) « Chocolate Fix -- Topsy.com - November 25, 2009

[…] This post was mentioned on Twitter by ahaydnjones, Nathan Wooding and Nathan Wooding, socialmedia247. socialmedia247 said: The Breakfast of Kings (or Social Media Barons) « Chocolate Fix: Innovative little bits of content.. http://bit.ly/4FBKgr #socialmedia […]

2. Roul Trick - December 21, 2009

Great idea, but will this work over the long run?

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