10 yetis Examples of Good and Bad Public Relations- Monday 6th February 2012
Hello, Julia here, hope you all had a good weekend, here is today's 10 Yetis Good and Bad PR awards.
All we've been talking about this weekend is Sundays Super bowl. With the pressure on for Madonna to put on a show stopping performance at half time, she has come away with sparkling reviews and a buzz amongst celebrities.
She wore a stunning black and gold costume, complete with a crown - breaking out into an Aztec-style dance routine before singing her hit single, Vogue.
The 53-year old went on to dedicate her Super Bowl stint to her father, stating: "I'm a hard-working girl that never stops [and] that's because of him. I'm sure of all the things I've ever done in my life this will be the thing he's most excited about."
It appeared Madonna's performance proved popular with celebrities and many famous faces took to Twitter to congratulate the veteran performer.
Will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas tweeted: '#whatdoyouthinkofthehalftimeperformance I thought madonna rocked..that stage was amazing...I'm so proud of my guys lmfao #madonnaisalegend.
Getting the notification 'you have been tagged' can occasionally fill you with horror. It has been released this morning that Facebook photos that have been 'deleted' can still be accessed by a direct link up to 3 years later.
That means that if, for instance, a picture has been circulated by email, the image will still be there for anyone who clicks the link.
The company admits that its systems 'do not always delete images in a reasonable period of time.' Facebook has repeatedly promised to 'fix' problems with the systems it uses to remove photographs, after users pointed out that images tended to persist after deletion.
Let's hope those drunken Christmas party photos don't get stuck on Facebook forever, I'm sure a lot of people will be using this new knowledge to poke fun at their friends.
|Shaun posted on 06/02/2012.|