Well as you only have seventy followers on Twitter you'd rather have to pay to progress this. So are you still working for that airline as a CCO?
I suppose British Airways had the same attitude until the following happened
Promoted tweet used to complain about British Airways
In a modern spin on the tale of David and Goliath, a disgruntled customer has found a new way to use social media to take on a big corporation.
Fed up with the way British Airways was handling the issue of his father's lost luggage, businessman Hasan Syed decided to complain about it.
But rather than just put out a normal tweet, he paid to have one promoted.
Six hours after the tweet went live, and was picked up by news website Mashable,
it had been read by thousands of Twitter users, retweeted and commented on.
And just how does this get you you're £2,000 per day compensation? It seems to me that the tweeter was so sad that he had to pay to have it promoted. It also doesn't say that he received any compensation or even his luggage back. It only says it was commented on and the news site Mashable which is hardly mainstream.
Your's is also being commented on by the forum, it's all basically that it's a load of bull but comments none the less!
Hi bodinrichard and welcome,
I can look into this for you and find out why the enigneer didn't arrive. Drop me an email with the details. You'll find the "contact us" form in the about me section of my profile. Once I have the details we'll take it from there. In the meantime I'll lock this thread as there's nothing of value being added.