Moments after her passing became public knowledge this Saturday, Whitney Houston became the dominant meme on social media, and her recordings have dominated every type of music player.
In the spirit of the “What _____ (fill in job position) actually does” meme traveling around Facebook and other social networks, Eti Suruzon applied it to social media managers. Enjoy!
Facebook users can sing along with the latest status meme, as it involves the most popular song on the day they were born.
Who needs the letter “a?” There are plenty of others. At least that’s the premise behind the latest Facebook meme, this one by way of France.
Humor about the death of the dictator has been a more popular meme on Twitter than Facebook, where people appear to be quoted from the best of the Tweets on the topic.
In case you haven’t been on Facebook today, or have been holed up in a cave: Today’s date is November 11, 2011, or, in what has become a red-hot Facebook meme, 11/11/11.
Netanyahu Roll doesn’t quite roll off the tongue like Rick Roll, but Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was the subject of an amusing meme that resulted from a photo uploaded to his Facebook page.
Facebook users are circulating status updates that cast roles for the first seven people listed as friends on their profiles.
We’re seeing yet another revival of the “like my status and…” meme on Facebook.
Right now there’s a new meme spreading through Facebook which is a pretty random game that was started by an unknown user. The game results in status updates which start with a number followed by public messages. Only the person the message is about will know that the message is directed about them.