Twitter Launches Promoted Stickers For Brands

Posted: Aug 16 2016, 3:41am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 
Twitter launches Promoted Stickers for Brands
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Micro-blogging website Twitter on Tuesday launched Promoted #Stickers which allows brands to design four to eight stickers that people can use to adorn their photos.

Promoted #Stickers are available globally to select marketers with a managed account, the company wrote in a blog post.

Pepsi is the exclusive launch partner of Promoted #Stickers and will share nearly 50 custom stickers across 10 markets, including India, for fans to use as part of their global "PepsiMoji" campaign.

Twitter recently introduced #Stickers for users to add a pop of creativity to photos and connect them to the world on its platform.

Since then, millions of photos have been tweeted using #Stickers across sports, news and entertainment.

#Stickers act as a visual hashtag which means that photos with your brand's sticker will be connected and discoverable to anyone who taps your brand's sticker.

This allows a brand to see and engage with the people who are using their stickers in creative ways.

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