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On Netflix’s Twitter account, brands blow the wind of interaction



The Netflix US account has asked its followers a snarling question on Twitter. While answering the question bravely from Instagram, brands blew the wind under the Tweet after a while. From Animal Planet to Paramount Network, Groupon to CNET, Yelp and even IMDB, well-known brands from industries have been involved in interactions.

Everything is for followers of the Netflix US account; “What are you saying, both during sex and managing a brand’s Twitter account?” Responding quickly to the question, Instagram responded with the phrase “Double Tap”, recalling the like feature by pressing posts on its platform twice.

Netflix then responded to the question, emphasizing that Twitter’s ability to open notifications, and quickly shared the phrase “post notifications: TURNED ON.” Following netflix and Instagram’s shares, brands responded to the post, making sexually explicit puns about their names, the services they offer, or the areas in which they work.



Netflix, on the other hand, made its followers laugh with its prank responses to each brand. This extraordinary Series of Tweets drew attention to the participation of Netflix’s competitors such as Hulu, Prime Video and YouTube TV. Likewise, it is interesting that brands with more serious posture, such as Casper, TED Talks, Hampton by Hilton, have contributed to this humorous series of tweets.

Consumer-focused brands like Arby’s, Snickers, Ben & Jerrys and Wendys have also been joined in the interaction furore. In addition, TV series such as Family Guy, The Good Place and games like The Sims, Doom are also affected by the interaction.

Although it is not known how much of Netflix’s content creates a storm of interactions is fiction, it is possible to say that much of the interest from different sectors and competitors is organic. One of the reasons Netflix turns to sexually explicit jokes on social networks may be to introduce the upcoming season of the upcoming series Sex Education.



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