. . . which is pronounced like the letter Z according to this news report.
Go to Tweetgrid.
Select the size grid corresponding to the number of terms you want to track (the maximum is nine).
Enter the brand name (or any other term you want to monitor on Twitter) into the search window, hit search. You will note in the window above that I added REPLICA to a brand name.
And while we’re on the subject of Twitter, there is an article beng bandied about concerning ‘twitter-squatting’ wherein folk are using famous brand names as twitter usernames. The article contains a list of which of the 100 most valuable brand names are not yet registered as twitter names. So I am not linking to it for that reason.
Having said that, it wouldn’t kill you to go to Twitter.com and obtain your valuable brand names as twitter names. It’s free.
Which list do you think the new WGN logo (right) was on? Brand New ranks logos.
Last year, small children ingested beads of toy named AQUA DOTS, which contained a substance similar to GHB, colloquially known as the date rape drug. The manufacturer has now re-branded AQUA DOTS as PIXOS.
Go to the Twitter Search Engine and put in your favorite trademarks as search terms, as well as such chestnuts as the word ‘replica.’ You will be shocked to learn that some people are using the Internets to promote counterfeit goods.
Brand New on Pepsi, Sierra Mist and Mountain Dew re-branding.
The Brand New Blog compiles this history of the Wal-Mart logo and discusses the new proposed logo.