Your Company’s Image May Make or Break You
I’m sure you have heard the saying “Behind every great man there is a great woman.” Well, how about behind every great website there is a great mascot. Some of the most well known internet mascots belong to social media sites and search engines. Recently Mashable.com came out with a Top 10 listing of online mascots and it wasn’t until I read this that I realized how prevalent these icons are in today’s society.
The Hootsuite Owls: Hootsuite was developed as a professional Twitter client. Today you can link your Hootsuite account to multiple social networks; like Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, etc. in order to control them all from one location.
Twitter “Fail Whale”: Twitter’s Fail Whale is displayed whenever Twitter is experiencing a problems and typically appears with a message that reads “Too many Tweets! Please wait a moment and try again.”
Google: Google’s logo is recognized on its own, however it is the Google Doodle that receives the most attention. For various holidays, occasions, etc Google’s in-house artists create memorable Doodles for the world to see.
Travelocity Gnome: The Roaming Gnome was born in 2004 where a man looked for his missing garden gnome. Today the gnome has ditched his owners and continues to appear in ads.
The Twitter Bird: Ollie, the Twitter bird has risen to fame as the most well-known blue bird on the internet.
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