One of the best ways to win at social media is to use humor and make fun of your own quirks. Humor shows not only that you are human, but also that you pay attention to what people say about you.

Today being April Fools' Day, I decided to keep a close watch on some big companies to see what they would come up with. Google emerged as the clear winner with close to 10 pranks. However, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft made their own marks with some very funny announcements.

Here is a list of memorable moments. Feel free to add more links!

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Written by lyceum
785 days ago

Cendrine: Thanks for the links! :)



Written by lyceum
785 days ago

Cendrine: Thanks! I will check out your review and interview with Nick Kellet.



Written by cendrinemedia
785 days ago

My review: http://www.examiner.com/review/content-curation-tool-review-listly

Interview: http://digitaljournal.com/article/331327

:-)



Written by Saqi316
786 days ago

I hate April Fools day.



Written by lyceum
786 days ago

Cendrine: Yes, I meant if you have reviewed and written a specific blog post on the Listly tool and how to use it in your blogging and creating of new content.



Written by cendrinemedia
785 days ago

Yes, I reviewed the tool a long time ago, and actually interviewed Nick Kellet (its creator) as well. Using Listly is simple. It's a list creation tool. So the sky's the limit in terms of what you can do.



Written by lyceum
786 days ago

Personally, I am not so much into April Fools' Day jokes, but some of them are pretty funny. Have you written a piece on how to use the service List.ly?



Written by cendrinemedia
786 days ago

What do you mean? I reviewed the tool.



Written by MarkT
788 days ago

haha yea definitely.



Written by MarkT
788 days ago

hahha Awesome post Cendrine. My favorite is the George Takai one. It's just hilarious.



Written by cendrinemedia
788 days ago

I agree Mark! It's hilarious!

Didn't they do an awesome job, this year?



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