Summer's here, and that means it's time for tropical vacations, and, courtesy of IHOP, tropical pancakes and quirky Facebook Live videos to promote them.
Tuesday was a glorious day that had high school kids ditching school and pancake fiends pledging their undying love to a fast-casual restaurant chain. Tuesday was National Pancake Day, and IHOP made sure everyone on social media knew all about it, setting up a social war room in MRM//McCann's New York headquarters for the day.
IHOP is running its annual National Pancake Day campaign until the big day, March 8, when the chain gives away free stacks of flapjacks and asks patrons to donate to a good cause. This year, proceeds will go to Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, and the brand's goal is to raise $3.5 million.
King of Snapchat DJ Khaled wants you to know he's up to something. Of course, if you follow him on the wildly popular mobile platform, you already know that.
Brands are generally getting less error prone on Twitter, as evidenced by the longer period of time between epic fails. But IHOP on Sunday obliged with a doozy—a tweet about pancakes that doubled as an insult to flat-chested women.
Despite being nearly 60 years old, IHOP has repeatedly proven itself well adapted to the social media age. And now the chain has a new logo to reflect its Twitter-savvy persona.
Who knew IHOP was so hip? The pancake chain has found its voice on Twitter, and it sounds an awful lot like a teenage hip-hop fan. That's why most adults might not have any idea what the food company is saying in its messages, but the kids do.So, this week, IHOP sent a tweet that really got us wondering, who is behind this account?