Typos in this article:
-in don't link Facebook and twitter--> Bros and cons???
and in the last paragraph: this mistakes? --> these mistakes
Awww ... what a shame! No stomach for creativity Satire? Guess we all have a Morsy in us. What do you say!
Gawk! January 20 to April 1? ... I am disappointed your GuruDavid Meerman Scott has not thanked you for the post-orgasmic bliss this high quality backlinks suck-job was guaranteed to deliver! Unlikely, bliss would lasts 2 months 10 days!. You are a bad boy David.
And awesome response to Getit. Bet that translate to 'Best Engaging SM Specialist' in the next awards hand-outs.
Lastly, congratulations for demonstrating what it truly means for a nation to be chained to the last rung of the Global 'Quality of Education' index. Makes lasting impact to see the humans driving a rather impersonal "Egypt: 132/145" data list.
Beam me up Scotty, no sign of intelligent life around this page.
I don't have time at the moment to investigate this, but I will do so later today if the author fails to do his proper homework himself and post my findings, but my first reaction is that these Twitter, Facebook, whatever accounts, may not actually be official accounts of the government at all, but impostors. As I understood it, the official campaign is managed by a French company in Paris. The tweets are clearly written by an Egyptian, hence is makes no sense to consider the tweets as coming from the official source. Before writing this blog post, the author should have called the Egyptian Tourism Authority and confirmed which accounts actually belong to them. But it would not be the first time a non-Egyptian got fooled by such things. I know a British blogger who was over the moon about being retweeted by President Morsi, except it was not the real Morsi account! I hope the author does his homework before engaging is such possible slander.
And because you don't have time, you should have checked it before writing this comment, just few clicks and the same time you used to write this comment would have been enough to change your comment from assumptions to reliable comment. Plus this article never meant to be described as "slander". It was send to the moderator on twitter to grab the attention for some facts that would help them to do their job in a better way. Thanks for your feedback anyway !