A couple of years ago, we did a project for ThoughtFarmer called Tubetastic. It was one of our wackier campaigns, involving an invented company, a fake intranet and a lot of org charts. It exceeded our expectations.
We’re working with ThoughtFarmer again, with another peculiar idea: IntranetSecrets.com. It is, as you may have guessed, a play on the super-popular PostSecret (very slightly unsafe for prudish workplaces) project. It’s a blog of secrets–some created by us, some user-submitted–about corporate intranets. Here’s an example:
Not roll-around-on-the-floor funny, but hopefully chuckle-to-yourself amusing. Please check it out. If you’ve got a secret about your hated corporate intranet, feel free to submit it via Twitter or this anonymous submission form.
It can’t really be “secret” if you publish who sent the tweeted ones.
Good point, though I suppose the tweeter has already disclosed themselves.
Great idea to find out what people really think of their company intranets, which can usually be dated and unused.
Please note that these views are my own and do not represent the opinions of Interact (http://www.interact-intranet.com)
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