By: Emily Barber, @emilybarbershop
With hundreds of posts filling our feeds every day, it’s easy to scroll through social media without actually seeing anything. Add in brands vying for your attention, and even your favorite restaurant might get lost in the mix. These particular companies excel at capturing and engaging their audiences with a strong social media presence.
This classic restaurant stays up to date with pop culture references and humor that keeps followers entertained. With the majority of social media users being of the ‘millenial’ generation, Denny’s knows how to appeal to their audience.
This company has a major focus on giving back to communities, when customers buy a pair of their shoes, but every year TOMS also sponsors One Day Without Shoes. Just a few weeks ago, for every picture that was shared tagged with #withoutshoes, TOMS gave a pair of shoes away to a child need. Awesome pictures combined with compassionate acts makes for a great Instagram!
3. Taco Bell
If you’re looking for something to spice up your Twitter feed, check out Taco Bell’s saucy posts. Recently, the chain launched their breakfast menu and accompanied it with the #BreakfastDefector campaign. Filled with mystery and excitement, this built up followers’ anticipation for the day when waffle tacos would be available.
Jeep is worth following, even if it’s only for the pictures of beautiful cars and scenery. This iconic automaker recently partnered with the upcoming music artist X Ambassadors. The band’s new hit “Renegade” conveniently shares a name with one of Jeep’s most popular models, making the duo a match made in heaven. Warning: pictures may cause wanderlust.
Aesthetically pleasing and perfect for inspiring crafts, Anthropologie’s Instagram is full of recipes, blog posts and outfit ideas. One of their recent posts even introduced a contest with a 500 dollar shopping spree up for grabs!