If you buy a pair of socks from Betabrand and then lose one of those socks (within a year), the clothing company will replace the missing sock at no charge — provided you upload a funny photo to Betabrand's site and Facebook page. The campaign, or "sock insurance" as the brand calls it, is a way to interact with consumers on Facebook and a great customer service effort. In order to be eligible for sock replacement, consumers must buy a pair of Betabrand insured socks and have a Facebook account to upload the funny photo of their sock.
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Pin of the Week: The Digital Campaign Landscape
November 7, 2012
From ROI Report
This week's pin is an infographic titled The Digital Campaign Landscape, which is based on a study from Retargeter, a full-service display advertising platform provider. The infographic, originally found on Econsultancy's website, shows what each presidential candidate spent on their 2012 online ads over the course of their campaigns.