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14 bookmarks. First posted by mkelso 13 days ago.


Memers involved with Meme 2020 include: @MyTherapistSays, @WhitePeopleHumor, @TheFunnyIntrovert, @KaleSalad, @Sonny5ideUp, @Tank.Sinatra, @ShitheadSteve, @adam.the.creator, @moistbudda, @MrsDowJones, @TrashCanPaul, @cohmedy, @NeatDad, @FourTwenty, @GolfersDoingThings, @DrGrayFang, @MiddleClassFancy and @DoYouEvenLift. Together, the collective has an audience of more than 60 million followers.
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11 days ago by dancall
Michael Bloomberg’s Campaign Suddenly Drops Memes Everywhere Must be nice to have millions…
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11 days ago by jtyost2
The Bloomberg campaign is working with Meme 2020, a new company formed by some of the people behind extremely influential accounts.

Mick Purzycki is the lead strategist of the Meme 2020 project. He is also the chief executive of Jerry Media, a media and marketing company that is a powerful force in the influencer economy. The company’s portfolio includes some of the most notable meme accounts on Instagram. Jerry Media was at the center of controversy last year after a debate around proper crediting in meme culture.
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12 days ago by jarrettfuller
Just have to note 's skill in reediting this entire story to read smoothly without the word Fuck
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12 days ago by pasquale
OF COURSE Bloomberg’s campaign hired people from the agency notorious for stealing jokes and promoting Fyre Festival
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12 days ago by dshaw
This election cycle just keeps getting weirder and weirder…
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12 days ago by kejadlen
A campaign of sponsored content for the candidate flourished suddenly on Instagram. A new outfit, called Meme 2020, is behind it. Michael Bloomberg in…
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12 days ago by mathewi
Favorite tweet:

Please read my full story and pray for my recovery from chronic posting syndrome https://t.co/SYB2Ubd2ds

— Taylor Lorenz (@TaylorLorenz) February 13, 2020
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12 days ago by chetan
I expect memes to become a mainstay in politics. The attention economy rewards good meme work.
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13 days ago by bkrall
Here is the FULL BACKSTORY on how Bloomberg's massive meme campaign came together
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13 days ago by mkelso
Here is the FULL BACKSTORY on how Bloomberg's massive meme campaign came together
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13 days ago by sriramv
Here is the FULL BACKSTORY on how Bloomberg's massive meme campaign came together
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13 days ago by MattBinder