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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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Abine Launches a Delete Button For the Internet! [video]

This week may mark one of the greatest launches yet made in the history of the Internet: Abine, a US based privacy company, has launched DeleteMe.

What It Does:

Instead of tracking down your old content and profiles online, Abine offers a service that costs between $10 and $100 to track down and remove your data online. The service combines a mixture of automated and manual processes to track down personal information. Abine staffers will do much of the leg work, taking advantage of privacy regulations and firing off emails and faxes to unresponsive networks.

Although Abine can’t yet guarantee the deletion of all of your personal information online, they promise that “they are doing their best“.

Honda + Car Town Game = Awesome Social Gaming Campaign

On a weekly basis, we present to you social media campaigns which we find interesting. We research them, analyze them and break them down into valuable information, tips and lessons which could be helpful to you when designing your next new social media hit.

However, this time we have a new flavor which comes in a combo form: a social media campaign which depends on a viral and spreadable application to attract its audience!

“Honda Motor Corp.’s campaign for its new CR-Z car features the hybrid vehicle in some colorful roadside billboards that can’t be seen from a freeway.” ~ Bloomberg

Honda Takes Social Gaming for a Test Drive

Car Town Application on Facebook

To promote the U.S. launch of its latest sport hybrid coupe, the Honda CR-Z, the company initiated a two-month advertising campaign in Car Town, a newly released Facebook game that allows players to use virtual currency to purchase, customize and store hundreds of vehicles in their own virtual garages. Players can then use these vehicles to take road trips and complete challenges to earn points to purchase additional vehicles and car-related products and services.

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What’s Up Google? Latest News & Changes

Google is going through some major changes, mostly to the better, and everyone is excited about what’s next in line!

Therefore, I decided to dedicate this post to latest Google news that can change the way you deal with the internet in general and your view of Google in specific.

10 Top Funniest Facebook Status Updates This Week!

I invite you to invite you to enjoy our fifth list of the 10 top funniest Facebook status updates.

CityVille — Apps Using Social Media Brilliantly

CityVille — Apps Using Social Media Brilliantly

We will again be looking into examples of tricks and methods that online games and applications are using to make the most of social media. In other words, what is making those apps as “spreadable” and “viral” as they are. Today’s application is: CityVille.

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Japanese “Fit’s” Dance Contest — Learn Social Media By Example

Japanese “Fit’s” Dance Contest — Learn Social Media By Example

First Round Winners for Season 3

The concept is fairly simple. Get yourself a really popular idol like say Nozomi Sasaki, pair off with another cute guy say Takeru Satou add a chubby tubby girl for comic relief and have them all dance to more addictive than crack musical tune. And just to make sure that it does go viral create a dancing contest around the video...

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Gogobot — Apps Using Social Media Brilliantly

Gogobot — Apps Using Social Media Brilliantly

What is making Gogobot application as “spreadable” and “viral” as it is? Read more to find out!

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Should You Accept Your Parent’s Facebook Friend Request [Flowchart]

Should You Accept Your Parent’s Facebook Friend Request [Flowchart]

Accept or Not... That is the Question!

I came across this interesting flowchart on Mashable. The main idea of the flowchart is to guide Facebook users about whether or not they should accept their parents' friend requests based on certain criteria.

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Blogging Tools I Can’t Live Without

Blogging Tools I Can’t Live Without

Save it For Later

When creativity one of the first thing that people associate it with it is this sense of divine inspiration, the spark. This spark is the moment when a solution crystallizes in the mind of the creator, were the string of the puppeteer are hinged and the creator becomes an automaton focused solely on achieving his vision. But this...

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Facebook Cartoon Character Campaign — Learn Social Media By Example

Facebook Cartoon Character Campaign — Learn Social Media By Example

In order to try and fight violence against children all over the world, the campaign aimed at making people relive memories of their childhood by placing pictures of cartoon characters as their Facebook profile pictures.

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