The National Rifle Association has nearly 4.7 million fans on Facebook, but the pro-guns organization probably isn't the biggest fan of Facebook tonight.
Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, a Michael Bloomberg-backed organization in favor of more gun control, is applying notable pressure on Target via Twitter this evening.
If you've spoken with a social media agency recently for, say, more than 15 minutes, the reps for the company probably mentioned the idea of an editorial calendar or a publishing schedule. Well, starting today, Twitter marketers can plan out their tweets for up to a year.
The National Rifle Association has, perhaps unsurprisingly, really gone for broke with its latest spot, its first after the horrifying Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting spree in December.
The National Rifle Association today called to arm schools and blamed the entertainment industry, politicians and news media for enabling a society prone to gun violence, while for the first time addressing the horrrific shootings in Newtown, Conn., last week.
After four days of silence, the National Rifle Association of America issued a statement about the horrific mass shootings in Newtown, Conn. Here's the statement it sent to Adweek late Tuesday afternoon:
The National Rifle Association shut down a key Twitter account last summer in the aftermath of the Aurora, Colo. theater shootings. On Saturday, one day after the unthinkable shootings at a Newtown, Conn.
Warner Bros., the National Rifle Association and Celeb Boutique became instant case studies Friday (July 20) on what happens when pre-planned marketing collides with human tragedy in real-time. Warner Bros.