Some Brands Are Really Bad At Twitter … This Account Retweets The Worst

headdesk-shutterstockIf you like watching some of the world’s biggest brands being downright dumb, goofy, bad and silly on Twitter, have we got an account for you to follow.

It’s called “Your Tweets Are Bad,” and you can find it at @urtweetsrbad. It exists for one reason and one reason only: to highlight lame tweets from recognizable brands.

We’re not talking “bad” as in the epically bad tweeting that’s befallen brands like Epicurious or Kenneth Cole, but more of the everyday, “What were they thinking?” headscratchers. Like these:

And it goes on. And on. And on.

Digiday ran a short Q&A with the anonymous owner of @urtweetsrbad — it’s someone that’s been in the marketing industry for about five years and currently works in social media and started the account just for fun.

His/Her goal with the account? To “inspire some social media managers or agency creatives to be just a little less lazy. Or make people laugh, sigh or roll their eyes.”

So far, so good, I’d say.

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Related Topics: Channel: Social Media Marketing | Features & Analysis | Social Media Marketing | Twitter

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  • Pat Grady

    I loved them, seem tongue in cheek to me.

  • DarrinJWard

    I thought the Urban Outfitters one was cute.

  • Tom Harnamen

    Ohhhh… @urtweetsrbad why must you keep your social wisdom from us! Lead us! Reveal yourself and the Twitter accounts you manage! Teach us the proper way! Just share one account so i can take that and learn from it!! … Please? Thank you!

  • Tom Harnamen

    By the way… @urtweetsrbad … you Twitter background is making my eyes go crossed… but other than that I want to learn how to do social right! PLEASE.. I am begging to see your content! Thank you again!

  • http://cynthiaschames.tumblr.com/ Cynthia Schames

    Actually, I think they’re pretty good.

  • Guest

    Marketing as a industry could benefit from more accounts as @urtweetsrbad. Some of the marketeers out there are definitely going over the top.

  • RavenCourtney

    Dead now. :( Boo.

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