Ford ad on Twitter uses ordinary tweet as copy

10/8/2010 | Adweek

A Promoted Tweet on Twitter by Ford used a positive comment from a social-media consultant in place of ad copy. Ford does not have a business connection with Mack Collier and didn't pay him for the tweet, which linked to a video of Ford Chief Marketing Officer Jim Farley explaining the cost benefits of social media.

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