Digital Tweets from Ketchum Peeps – Nov. 4

Truth is, I’ve been sick all week. So, to get back in the loop, I’ve turned to my Ketchum colleagues’ tweets.

From what I can see, we’ve had a big week. We’ve seen how a lobster restaurant utilizes Foursquare for free advertising (and doubles their sales at the launch of their new location), we’ve got some insight into the best liked and most commented on Facebook pages (here’s a preview of the top four: Jesus Daily, The Bible, Dios Es Bueno! and Justin Beiber), and thanks to Google integrating YouTube with Google+, going on a date is way less intrusive than ever before (because you can now video-chat and watch a movie with YouTube on Google+ at the same time).

Here are the rest of the highlights from this week. Happy Friday!

P.S. If you want to chat with me or share other interesting news, go to Ketchum’s Facebook page. And if you want to chat with my buddy Ryan Shell on Twitter, go to Ketchum’s Twitter feed. 

By @merrittpr “Facebook’s Best Liked And Most Commented On Pages bit.ly/vgfo2D

By @andreafuller1 “Here is a really great story on a biz using #Foursquare effectively bit.ly/rwL2cb Luke’s Lobster uses Foursquare for free advertising”

By @andradamorar “Giving A Kick-A_ _ Presentation In The Age Of Social Media tinyurl.com/3sota9o via @FastCompany #presentationskills #messaging #in”

By @jonathankopp “The bigger picture in the web/tech war. n.pr/sSoUIf Way beyond the current obsession w/ the social network horserace. @nprnews”

By @ryanshell “Google integrates YouTube with Google+. Details http://ht.ly/7iSbh.”

Adam is the Marketing & Communication Manager for Ketchum. He invented a board game which was acquired by the Parker Brothers & Milton Bradley lines at Hasbro in 2009 and has a new party game coming out in January of 2012 in collaboration with seven-time New York Times bestselling author, Neil Strauss. Feel free to check out his latest party game on his personal website, or connect with him on Twitter – @AdamKornblum.