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|Monday, April 25, 2011|
BY ILIE MITARU
The Good, a 2-year-old creative agency located in NW Portland, recently released two services that could have implications for how marketers and promoters use Twitter.
The first project, RT2SEE, is a Twitter-based service that gives users the option of making access to their promotions contingent on the user spreading, or “retweeting” the same promotion. Say a store wants to promote gelato at 70 percent off. It can create an account, set a budget, and begin Tweeting—“bring in this coupon for half off gelato!” with a link to the coupon. If a user clicks on the link, RT2SEE requires he agree to Retweet the message before he can redeem his discounted gelato. Opting-in takes just one click.
Ilie Mitaru is a contributor to Oregon Business.
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