Love them or hate them, The Real Housewives franchise is undeniably in your face. The franchise which originated with producer/host/personality/media guru Andy Cohen, has been unapologetically sashaying its way into living rooms globally since 2005. Viewers are provided with the opportunity to peek behind the curtains and gates and business women from Beverly Hills, Orange County, and most recently Toronto (!). What we see is not always funny – it can be emotional, heartbreaking, or downright embarrassing. But no matter the situation, viewership continues to embrace the popular television series, which has led Bravo TV to create more and more methods for their viewers to engage and consume programming content. Bravo has taken a dynamic approach to consumer engagement, including generating dynamic social media strategies to a continually thirsty audience. Bravo’s whole enterprise social media formula is nothing more than a well-devised strategic assault on the senses – and it’s bloody genius.
I try not to get too bogged down in celebrity type stuff… and I am definitely not a groupie, but I do follow a few stars, especially Bethenny Frankel. Maybe it’s a girl thang, maybe it’s because I have an A-type personality, maybe it’s because she tried and failed before she had enormous success, heck maybe it’s just because as… Read more »