Anybody that thinks RadioShack twitter is wildin just remember: we watched a court room full of people talk about Amber Heard taking a dump in Captain Jack Sparrows bed on live tv.— RadioShack 😈 (@RadioShack) June 30, 2022
Taking the second half of an edible after feeling nothing from the first half is always a bad idea. This chocolate bar got me out here fighting for my life.— RadioShack 😈 (@RadioShack) June 28, 2022
After its tweets started going viral at the end of June, the account gave quite a response. “Shack intern here. I wanted to take a sec to reflect on my post. [I know] your expecting me to say, in my wildest dreams I never thought that tweet would go viral and to apologize. But i did because [I know] that s*** was fire [as f***]. No we didnt get hacked, and no im not fired. Buckle up b****.” Ábel Czupor, RadioShack’s chief marketing officer, gave a more detailed explanation to Input magazine. “You really have to make an impression in order to basically get known with youngsters,” he said, adding, “Right now, we’re still kind of figuring the voice out.” Czupor said it was imperative to eschew the boredom of standard business Twitter accounts. “If you look at any corporate accounts, all of them are pretty boring,” he said. “That is not something people really engage with; that’s more content people will be reading but not talking about.” All of RadioShack’s tweets “have to be something people will be surprised about,” he said. “The more surprised people are, the more engagement it’s going to get — as long as the tweet is good and doesn’t offend anyone directly,” he said. There is one off-limits area: politics. “We don’t want to turn people against each other because of something we’ve said,” he said. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
just stole some girl’s food at chipotle, thanks katie! pic.twitter.com/Zsdy7hash4— RadioShack 😈 (@RadioShack) July 1, 2022