Last night I was shopping online, and headed to Busted Tees to get my sister’s boyfriend a shirt he’s been wanting. I went ahead and ordered it (as well as 2 other gifts – it was free shipping for 3 shirts, I’m a sucker), checked out, and went on my merry way to see if anyone has become a fan of MaineToday.com’s business page in Facebook. On the way there I hit my profile, and look what I saw on my mini-feed (see the last item):
No kidding. I was floored. This is not a big retailer with oodles of money, they basically promote themselves on sites like Collegehumor.com and the like. How the heck did they do that? I’m not a fan of their business page, and they didn’t ask for a Facebook profile. I didn’t click from an ad on Facebook. My only guess is they matched up email addresses somehow … I am so mystified. But it caught my attention, and they are doing something beyond what I thought was capable. Now everyone knows what I got at Busted Tees. At least Steve isn’t on Facebook, he’s a MySpace junkie.