I`m not a social media fan, but this is a fun brain exercise for brand building in the Twitter world. You are allowed 140 characters (maximum; based on attention span no doubt) to captivate the masses; you can read BusinessWeek`s John Tozzi`s post "The Escalator Pitch" to get the gist of this stretch mark.
I`ll post mine to start and this is after we were "slammed" out of the blue by: "ftr, this is a dumb name for a product that has nothing to do with tigers or tacos (besides the shape): http://www.tigertaco.com" [Ah, yeah, well and "Willowtoons" is all that! LOL]
But I did/do get the point on how people don`t care to grind into just how we have our dumb name (we did have a dude jump to our defense and she twitted back "...I`m not saying it`s not a cool product, but the name? I don`t like it.") ... sigh! Just saying there is always a "worry" about opening a can of wop ass with anything we do: So have fun!
Chris Miller, a simple taco maker:
The Tiger Taco home in the U.S.A.
Tiger Tacos in Australia
Tiger Tacos in the United Kingdom