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Just days after announcing that he would transfer to play for the Volunteers, former Auburn defensive end Big Kat Bryant has deleted the tweet confirming his commitment. Big Kat Bryant, the Auburn defensive lineman who previously announced his plans to attend Tennessee, deleted his Twitter post announcing his commitment to Tennessee. The latest tweets from @BarstoolBigCat. Family-run online shop for Japanese independent (doujin) board games and accessories. We ship worldwide from San Francisco Bay Area!


Twitter is like fire; exciting and can spread fast. It is rapidly becoming a vital Marketing and PR tool with a lot of companies utilising it to give there brand a voice. Social media is winning the race marketers have been keeping there eye on: social media VS word of mouth. We have some social media none believers in the Big Cat office – here is an example of how wrong you are!!

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Our Marketing and Digital Director Anthony Tattum was out and about in Birmingham when he stumbled across what he thought was a Banksy on a wall in the Jewellery Quarter…

Thinking that his followers would find this interesting, Anthony tweeted a Twitpic. This simple act resulted in a wave of retweets across Anthony’s 712 followers. The next day a picture of the ‘Banksy’ appeared in the two top regional news papers Birmingham Post and Birmingham Mail (no one can accuse the Birmingham Post & Mailjournalists of not being on top of their twitter!!) There was a photographer down on Henrietta Street within a few hours of the first tweet.

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Even @banksynews responded to the tweet… Sadly the picture was a fake, but it is useful to demonstrate the power of twitter and the Birmingham online community. Would things have moved so fast without Twitter? I don’t think so!