Reppler: The New Social Media Monitoring Service

Recently, a startup called Reppler launched a service to help people shine on Facebook pages and profiles that have become resources checked by employers, college recruiters and even potential mates.

Simply put, Reppler is a social media monitoring service designed to keep your social reputation clean and safe. It addresses three critical pillars of your social reputation — content, privacy and security.

My Facebook Acoount on Reppler

My Facebook Account on Reppler

What Does it Do?

Reppler continuously monitors your social networking profiles so you can present a positive image within your circle of friends and professional network. The initial version of Reppler is free and supports Facebook.

The Tax Cannabis Campaign – Learn Social Media By Example

March 34th, 2010:

Sacramento, CA – The California Secretary of State announced that the Initiative to Control and Tax cannabis has qualified for the November ballot.  Reflecting the Initiative’s broad and diverse support, the Secretary of State revealed that vastly more than enough signatures were submitted from voters from across the state in near-record time.

The Idea & Objectives:

The campaign aims to change California law to legalize Marijuana and allow it to be regulated and taxed . Mainly allowing people 21 years old or older to possess and sell marijuana for personal use. For more details on the Act, click here.

This campaign follows the footsteps of an older campaign called “Yes We Can..nabis”, which shared the aim of pushing for legalizing cannabis under certain conditions.

It is worth mentioning that the “Yes We Can..nabis” campaign featured Obama and had a dedicated site, which is still up and running, for selling related items and products.

Yes We Cannabis

Yes We Cannabis

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Youtube: Unintentionally Marketing Drug Use to Teens!

Although the internet has taken over almost every aspect of our daily lives, through certain random eye opening “awareness” campaigns being advertised over mediums such as Youtube, we are taking a risk of actually being the reason for introducing teens to many practices they might not need to be aware of!

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