Last year Jon Morter and his wife Tracy used Social Media to propel Rage Against The Machine's single 'Killing in the Name Of' to the coveted Christmas number 1 spot in the UK charts. Jon and Tracy became household names and they had the support of a rather large chunk of the nation behind them too. People united in keeping the Simon Cowell's X-Factor winner from becoming Christmas number 1. No one could have predicted the viral rapidity with which the campaign spread. It was championed by Facebook users and became a game changer that opened the eyes of many online spectators.
X-Factor winner at Matt Cardle is currently sitting at iTunes number 1 - mind you there are mutterings across Social Network sites, heckling if you like... "Fix!"
"Have you noticed how each X-Factor winner already has a Charity record in the pipeline before they're announced as the winner?"
This year there have been a few bids for the UK Christmas No1 single and this week is the crutial week. Seemingly he nation's alternative favourite is that of The Trashmen who are leaping up the charts with Surfin' Bird. Up from iTunes number 9 to number 6 overnight. They have a massive following on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/
The Trashmen's bid has been catapulted into the spotlight by Brighton comedian Matt Whistler who has drummed up support on Facebook with hilarious videos of Flashmob scenes in Brighton and London. These videos - kudos to Convict Films have been shared globally on Facebook and Twitter. Ladies and gentleman we really are in a Relationship Age where any man, woman or child can create produce something and share with the world! Just like Matt Whistler did bit.ly/MattWhistler
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