How did Facebook get the world to pay attention to the #BreakingBreakingBreaking hashtag?
A viral video of a truck advertising for a new “yelping” app was seen by millions around the world, and soon a Twitter hashtag was trending worldwide.
The truck was a popular attraction at the 2016 Olympic Games, and the company said it would use the hashtag to promote the app.
“If you want to take your smartphone to the beach, you’re going to have to put your phone in your pocket and then get on the boat,” said a Facebook spokesperson.
“That’s not a bad way to get a reaction from the crowd.
But, if you’re at a bar or a party and you’re in the middle of a party, and you want a drink, you better put your smartphone on your belt and then put it in your wallet.”
A spokesperson for Facebook told the ABC that the app is a “cool” app that people are “really excited about”.
“It’s got a great interface and people love the app,” she said.
“It has been a hit on the beach and we’ve got a lot of customers who are using it.”
Ms Stacey, who is also an entrepreneur, says she hopes the truck will help her sell more truck advertising.
“There’s no such thing as a ‘go to’ market,” she told the broadcaster.
“I’ve got to get as many trucks as possible to sell to people and if people are using the app, then it’s going to make me a lot more money.”
The truck advertises on Instagram and Twitter.
It’s not the first time the truck has made waves.
Last year, Facebook bought a truck company, and it has been trying to sell more of its services to truck drivers.
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