Mashable reported this morning that, after the Hitler Downfall meme had done it’s work and made tonnes of money for Constantine Films, that Constantine Films was forcing the parody videos to be removed. The intriguing piece of news for me was the fact that YouTube seemed to be taking the side of us naughty content…
I’m a huge fan of advertising campaigns in social spaces that are fun, narrative, a game, and not in your face. This one from The Fun Theory meets all that criteria and more:
Social Media statistics: Ever wondered how many people are blogging, uploading videos, tweeting right at this very minute? Here’s a counter that displays growth of Twitter, money spent on Facebook gifts, number of SMS’s sent worldwide second by second. Social Network activity measured in real time.
Avatar in 3D, Assassins Creed 2 movie and game, all at the Tsuke launch.
Just around the corner is a whole new world of social TV. Social media meets traditional content – audiences become online community members. Social networks around TV.
There’s a great article in The Star (Malaysia) by David Gibson of Inter-Asia. Malaysian Internet users like Facebook, Myspace, and Friendster. They’re also connecting via Twitter, LindedIn and Plaxo, and eBlogger. They use resources such as Slideshare, iTunes, Flickr, and YouTube. Nine of the Top 20 websites in Malaysia are social networking sites, and the…
Friendster may be up for sale, but where do these sites site in the evolutionary path of social networks?
if the Government filter out MA15+ games, and ban any games not classified, what happens to World of Warcraft? What about social spaces like Second Life? How about iPhone games and Facebook apps? MySpace? a Job for Government 2.0 Taskforce methinks.
social media marketing campaign course in sydney in july.
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