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Posts Tagged ‘Airlines’

KLM Launches Twitter Response Campaign: Tweeting Live Video Replies Now!

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, known in the social media arena for putting fans faces on a plane, stalking passengers and giving them gifts, and hosting the world’s first in-flight dance party because of a tweet, has just launched their latest social media campaign. If you send a tweet to KLM anytime during the next ten-or-so hours you may be the lucky recipient of a ‘KLM Live Reply.’

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What If The Wright Brothers Were On Twitter? [INFOGRAPHIC]

In commemoration of the upcoming Paris Air Show 2011, Eezeer, a social media network for travelers, has created this cool infographic that takes a look at how airlines have used Twitter over the years. And while the Wright brothers didn’t actually get to send a tweet, those who followed them have made good use of their own 140 characters.
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How Airlines Use Twitter – And Which One is Doing it Best [Infographic]

The airline industry is one of the most active on Twitter. They’ve been using Twitter for customer service, branding and promotions for years now. A data company which examines the social media impact of travel brands has released the first monthly Twitter infographic looking at how airlines actually use Twitter, and which ones are doing it best.
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Over 180 Airlines use Twitter – but How Effectively? [Infographic]

There are more than 180 tweeting airlines around the world, sending out an average of over 4 tweets per day. And they’re getting quite good at using social media to engage with their customers. While you might experience delays at airport security, you will probably have a smoother experience tweeting with your preferred airline.
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