The absolute, hands-down, bar-none very worst, most inexcusable, mind-bogglingly terrible time for a huge fantasy football website to hypothetically go down would be on a Sunday morning just before a full slate of NFL games are to kick off. Of course, that'd never actually happen, right? Wrong....
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That's a screenshot of the NFL's Facebook page about an hour after one of the most controversial endings in league history. To the left is a fairly innocuous post about how Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was roughed up during the game, but doesn't acknowledge its (literally) ridiculous finale. The Packers lost to the Seahawks in Monday Night Football on a last-second hail-mary pass by Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson - a pass that was actually intercepted and let stand as a touchdown after the NFL's replacement officials had what can only be described as a refereeing fiasco.
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Marketing teams often get too caught up in the design and distribution tactics that the big picture of a social media campaign is compromised. The reality is that taking a step back and looking at the big picture is arguably the most important step any campaign manager should do before launching a social media contest.