The Royal Birth is sparking Brands to respond via Social!

We recently discussed how Oreo was a successful brand to reach out via Social Media. Well, Oreo is on top of its’ game still – but other brands followed in regards to the birth of the royal baby in the UK.

According to Business Insider,¬†Oreo, now famous for its real time social media marketing following its Super Bowl blackout tweet, offers royal baby bottle service. (“Long live the creme.”)

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Business Insider also put together a compilation of other brands that have spoken up on Twitter:

Charmin is already looking forward to the potty training years.

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Hostess used the baby birth as an opportunity to talk about the Twinkie’s comeback:

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Nintendo is trying to pretend that the real royal baby birth never happened:

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Pampers released a video about how every baby is a prince or princess (clearly made before the sex of the baby was known):

 

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Starbucks recreates a royal family out of coffee cups. Shockingly the names are spelled correctly:

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Procter & Gamble photoshopped a crown on a baby:

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Pizza Hut is going the discount route:

 

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Domino’s went with a more clever, albeit less money-saving, route:

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And Coca-Cola decided just to focus on Will and Kate:

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Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/brands-are-already-trying-to-capitalize-on-the-royal-baby-birth-2013-7#ixzz2ZuM1j8Oq

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