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I’d like to let you in a little well-kept secret: the Denny’s tumblr. If you haven’t seen it, please check it out. It reads less like a major corporation and more like some fourteen year old drank a Monster and started a blog about… eggs? (Seriously, there seems to be an underlying theme of obsession with eggs here, understandably so.)   What do you think of when you hear “Denny’s”? Boring old diner that your grandparents go  to? That 24/7 dinner where (rumour has it) if you go at 3 am, you may fall into a Denny’s-esque Twilight Zone, never to return?     Maybe you think of their wild Tumblr account, with their ridiculous and often-times questionable responses to their fan’s inquiries. Denny’s is introducing themselves to the millennials and generation Z as a much cooler, much snarkier version of the Denny’s your mom and dad know and love.   Don’t believe me? Look at how integrated their tumblr has become with internet-speak. No high-fluentent wordings and proper capitalization here! No ma’am, Denny’s is changing the game when it comes to marketing a pancake diner. denny's tumblr Or perhaps…   How can we learn from the Denny’s tumblr? Almost every product can benefit and gain positive PR by “getting with the times.” I do not mean desperately slapping your brand on a meme and calling it a day. Denny’s has cultivated something truly unique here – and they have a whole generation hooked on their sardonic words. They’re over here like:   Recognizing how this generation differs from the last. We’re a little less serious, our humor as evolved (or taken two steps back, your call), and we identify with brands that are more brutally honest than try to win us over with lots of fancy guarantees.   Rock on, Denny’s. Keep showin’ us how it’s done. Want more microtrend marketing brilliance? Read more here: A Mega Idea: The Microtrend
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