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Online marketplace¬†¬†has been offering Twitter followers the chance to have a bespoke mini music video made to celebrate Valentine’s Day for the last week or so. The campaign came to a conclusion today – and although I can’t quite work out how well the campaign did in terms of people getting involved (mostly because Twitter users also used the related hashtag #TweetHeart and as such take up the search results), the @nothsdotcom account seems to have been busy and media including The Stylist have been chatting about it, with the aforementioned stating the effort ‘melted [their] stony hearts on Valentine’s Day’. tweetheart

The Coopers – winners of Futuresound 2011 (having no discernible musical knowledge since East 17, I don’t know either) – were responsible for the personalised music videos, which were, a la Old Spice, packaged and tweeted back to entrants.

You can see the feed of videos here on the notonthehighstreet Youtube channel, or watch one below, sent to Nayo by Manifest Communications‘ (the people behind the campaign) very own Camilla Brown, or @girlterate as you may know her:

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Rich is a PR man that likes to create things for the industry. He started in January 2012, after writing about Good and Bad PR for a number of years. In March 2013, Rich co-founded blogger outreach service with 10 Yetis PR's Head Yeti Andy Barr. In 2014, Rich launched client matchmaking service Find Me a Marketer. Before going it alone, Rich worked as a senior account director at Frank PR and, before that, at 10 Yetis PR Agency in Gloucester. Rich splits his time between London and his house in Gloucester, where he lives with his wife and two children. He tweets about PR stunts, campaigns and other media bits and pieces @RichLeighPR

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