Have you ever wanted to demonstrate sarcasm in an e mail, tweet or in a Facebook post? Well three New York interns working at Bartle Bogle Hegarty (BBH) are trying to make this possible with the introduction of Sartalics, a font to signify a sarcastic tone.
In order to give this movement the best possible chance they are petitioning to get 10,000 people to sign up in order to ignite a mass tweet. Using Twitterblitz for Sartalics, an app that will allow thousands of tweets to be sent from different accounts all at once, will ensure that Sartalics becomes a trending Twitter topic. People can sign up on Sartalics.com where they can allow access to the app. Twitterblitz will tweet out to “all of internet’s biggest players” including executives at Google, Twitter, Facebook, Microsoft, Tumblr, Yahoo and Apple letting them know about Sartalics.
I’ve joined the because as I think it’s a pretty fun an innovative way to spread a message. When I signed up there were still 9115 people needed. It’ll be interesting to see if they reach their 10,000 needed and if we’ll start seeing sarcasm online. You can follow Sartalics here @Sartalics. The back end platform behind this Twitterblitz is brought to you by Fanbomb.
Will you be joining the Twitterblitz?