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Ask, Listen, Learn Campaign

Ask, Listen, Learn Campaign

Ask, Listen, Learn is a creative, multimedia program which was designed by a team of educators and psychologists specializing in middle school-aged students. The campaign efforts are divided into 2 main... Read more »

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Nation for Marriage — Learn Social Media by Example

What is it about?

The Facebook Welcome Page

The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) is a non profit organization that is spearheading the campaign to protect the institution of marriage from being redefined, affirm that marriage is only a relationship between a man and a women and seeks to prevent the legal recognition for same-sex relationships and same-sex marriage.

The organization is very active on the internet and is always there to present a counter the arguments of the gay agenda and affirm the role that faith communities have in defining marriage.

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Not For Sale Campaign — Learn Social Media By Example

There are roughly 27 million people in slavery today. Most of these people are women and children. Many are forced into hard labor or prostitution against their will.

Modern day slavery is more prominent and more of an issue than any other period of slavery in recorded history.

There is slavery in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, and nearly every country across the globe. The U.S. State Department estimates some 800,000 people are trafficked worldwide each year. More than 17,000 of those people end up in the U.S.

Children are "Not For Sale"

Children are "Not For Sale"

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“United to fight the global slave trade of over 27 million people”…

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Starbucks’ Reusable Tumbler — Learn Social Media by Example

Starbucks is giving customers around the world a bold incentive to swap the paper cup for a more eco-friendly option. This effort is just one of the ways Starbucks is collaborating with customers to reduce environmental impacts. Read more to see how Starbucks is able to use social media to its advantage.

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Campaign for Liberty — Learn Social Media By Example

The Campaign for Liberty’s mission is to promote and defend the great American principles of individual liberty, constitutional government, sound money, free markets, and a noninterventionist foreign policy, by means of educational and political activity. 47,245 active and engaging people “Like” this on the campaign’s Facebook Fanpage, with comments reaching 125 per wall post…

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Be Positive Campaign — Learn Social Media By Example

Be Positive Campaign — Learn Social Media By Example

Love, Peace, Positivity

Be Positive Campaign's mission is to encourage young students to stay in school and to think more positive about the situations that are going on in there lives, to do positive things while achieving their goals and their dreams towards success.

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DI’s Ad for Print Advertising — Learn Social Media By Example

DI’s Ad for Print Advertising — Learn Social Media By Example

Dagens Industri

Dagens Industri had a mission: Launching Zebra, a new 4 wheel drive for the Swedish market, they first thought of social media. However, they end up sticking to print advertising since it is "much simpler and easier"! This is the whole idea behind the Youtube video! The deduction is: social media is not always the right solution!

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Give a Damn Campaign — Learn Social Media By Example

Give a Damn Campaign — Learn Social Media By Example

Active fans on the campaign's fanpage

The only way we can truly achieve equality for all is if we all get informed and get involved. In other words, the only way to make a change is to give a damn - and that is how this campaign came to play.

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Bros Icing Bros — Learn Social Media by Example

Bros Icing Bros — Learn Social Media by Example

The topic is gaining popularity

There is a new drinking game that is taking college campuses across the states by storm, it originated in the bro houses of the colleges of South Carolina. Bros are infamous for collar-up polo shirts, live strong bracelets, slippers and spending way too much time drinking and playing video games. In the culture of the frat house...

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Free Hugs Campaign — Learn Social Media By Example

Free Hugs Campaign — Learn Social Media By Example

Hug the World

Free hugs is a real life controversial story of Juan Mann, a man whose sole mission was to reach out and hug a stranger to brighten up their lives. Read more to learn how he achieved his dream and got people interested and buzzing!

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USA Today’s #AmericaWants Twitter Campaign — Learn Social Media By Example

USA Today’s #AmericaWants Twitter Campaign — Learn Social Media By Example

USA Today

The #AmericaWants hashtag contest was created as part of USA Today’s larger “What America Wants” brand campaign, designed to illustrate USA Today’s connection with the American experience and readers’ engagement with the brand on multiple media platforms.

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