In a blog post simply titled #Hub140 – @HubSpot Acquires Social Media Marketing Company @oneforty – http://bit.ly/Hub140 which is simply a pre-packaged tweet they went on to provide the story in 11 separate 140 character or less bites that had a “Tweet This” link at the end of each. In essence you could get the word out about any number of points of the acquisition quickly and easily while being able to pick and choose which point you wanted to highlight. Here’s a sample
Today @HubSpot acquired @oneforty, a social media marketing company based in Cambridge, MA. #Hub140 – http://bit.ly/Hub140 Tweet This
Like @HubSpot, @oneforty recognizes the importance of social media in the transformation of marketing. #Hub140 Tweet This
.@oneforty created a directory of social media applications and the social media marketing tool SocialBase. #Hub140 Tweet This
The @oneforty directory will merge into the @HubSpot App Marketplace, the largest app store for marketing. #Hub140 Tweet This
Features from the @oneforty product SocialBase will be incorporated into the @HubSpot product. #Hub140 Tweet This
You may have seen this technique used elsewhere but I have not to this point. What’s your take on this way of announcing whatever news you may have about your business? I like it if for no other reason that it got my attention and held it. It also helped me look at individual points about the news that I may have glossed over had it been in paragraph form.
What about you?