Did you know that just a few days ago, a man in Malaysia has used Internet memes like “Victory Baby”, “Socially Awkward Penguin”, and “Y U No Put Ring On It” to propose to his long term girlfriend? Indeed, it is just another use for these delightful little combinations of pictures and texts that have been gaining popularity at exponential rates ever since those were first made up, not too long ago.
Can you think of some ways, in which you could entertain people, and get them interested in your business at the same time? Well, how about using these in your social media marketing campaigns? Using relevant memes in Twitter updates and Facebook posts can be a great way to engage new visitors to your account pages. Besides, stick a few funny images with the texts, and you are guaranteed to put a smile on the visitors’ faces. After all, if you can indeed make your customers “feel like a Sir”, then bringing in more and more new customers as well as retaining the loyal ones would never seem “Impossibru” to you.
Do be a little careful when selecting memes though. For one thing, there are a ton of memes of racist nature out there, and you would do well to steer clear from all of those. After all, you do not want even one of your customers (either prospective or loyal) yelling “That’s Racist”, on the Facebook page of your company, do you?