Move over Michael Bloomberg…there is a new man in town. This November Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey will be running for New York City Mayor, using his social media presence and management as a platform for his political endeavors.
“Based on my experience at Twitter, I plan to invest in programs that will feature New York City job openings and stimulate the job market,” says Dorsey. “However, running for mayor against [Michael] Bloomberg will be expensive, so I am working with a team to merge YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook into one social media site and using excess funds to subsidize the expense of my campaign.”
Media Facebook Founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, is partnering with Dorsey to merge social media and help raise funds for the upcoming New York City mayor election. “I was never a fan of Twitter on its own, but when merged with the other platforms, its makes a lot of sense. Most social media users are college students who are mainly concerned convenience and cheap entertainment…combining YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook will allow the college crowd to film their adventures while instantly sharing their video with Twitter followers and their family and friends all for free on one convenient site.”
Zuckerberg says he supports the idea of “Mayor Dorsey” and will volunteer time for the campaign efforts. Pundits believe Zuckerberg has is own political aspirations.
Social media users should be on the lookout next month for the closing of their original YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook accounts. Dorsey and Zuckerberg plan for the new social media site to be user-friendly and to have high quality features for producing high definition videos. Be sure to save a new profile picture for the new account, which will be called YouTwitFace.
Nothing above is accurate or true. Offense should not be taken by anyone as it was all written in the spirit of April Fools Day. Happy April 1, 2013 from the team at Weise Communications. Find out more about the fun we have at our agency by visiting www.weiseideas.com