Published on April 10th, 2015 | by Jason Bagley0
National Public Health Week’s Improbable Players
These are the unlikely voices that have emerged this week in an online conversation on public health, appearing as promoted tweets (aka ads) under Twitter search results for National Public Health Week, an annual educational initiative running April 6-12 this year.
Here are the three tweets “adding” to the conversation.
WENDY’S — Looks healthy but only one out of eight Wendy’s salads contains less than 300 calories. Three salads pack more than 500 calories and an average fat content of 32 grams.
See how we freshly prepare ingredients by hand daily to ensure your salad tastes as good as it looks. pic.twitter.com/lEr4XMqryt
— Wendy’s (@Wendys) April 6, 2015
OSCAR MAYER — How about adding some fruits and vegetables to that hashtag?
60 servings of fruits & veggies in 1 box. Get ALOHA’s Daily Good Greens on us. https://t.co/6R17XIZmEt
— ALOHA (@aloha) April 2, 2015
For more on how Twitter presents its promoted tweets, click here.