Archive | March, 2009

Chlorophyllo: French “Airwaves” Advergame

24. March 2009

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I was just reading this post over at Adverblog, and clicked through to a new Airwaves chewing gum advergame created by Tribal DDB France. It’s a full video game where you interact directly with the video as you play Chlorophyllo, a Mexican wrestler that gets his power from the main ingredient in Airwaves. The art direction and [...]

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The 100th Digital Buzz Post!

24. March 2009

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Well, tonight marks the 100th Digital Buzz post, kind of crazy when I think that it’s only been up for 3 months with 100 posts notched up, plus it’s already getting over 1000 visitors a day and has 750 people subscribed! Probably more so to wonder how much time has been spent on the blog so far, but [...]

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Easier Than Reading Viral Site

23. March 2009

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On the FWA I found a funny little attempted viral site has been launched this week called Easier Than Reading. It’s kind of like elf yourself, only it’s anything but Christmas time! You can select a puppet from a range of famous people, choose an appropriate background and then create a custom puppet dance for [...]

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FWAPhoto – One photo a day

23. March 2009

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TheFWA‘s owner Rob Ford, launched a new website FWAPhoto. It’s another daily showcase website but this one highlights some of the world’s best photography. You can check out the special sneak peak with this login details: Username: FWAPH / Password: oto94 at the new FWAPhoto website. Click here to check out the new site.

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Twouble With Twitters Viral Video

23. March 2009

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While I’m on virals today, here is a good one for all Twitter junkies out there. A great little play on Twitter from a TV series called SuperNews. Forgive me if it’s not exactly on topic for the blog, but none the less you’ll probably enjoy if you use, or hate using twitter! Enjoy. This [...]

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Stefan The Swopper: Social Media & Viral Campaign

22. March 2009

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Meet Stefan Kits, the young Swedish guy that just needed a change. How much of a change? Well Stefan decided to swap everything he owned for something different, with any random person out there willing to give it a shot – in a single month! Ok, so not entirly true, Stefan was part of the [...]

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What’s In The Box?

20. March 2009

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Last night when I was surfing on the net, I saw a strange message on Youtube: ”Hurry up, this is an early temp version, will be deleted soon.” I watched this 9 minute long P.O.V short film with a bunch of assests from Halflife 2, looks cool and well produced as a viral. It’s obviously [...]

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2009 AIMIA Award Winners List

20. March 2009

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The 2009 AIMIA Award Winners List has been revealed, showcasing a range of great digital work downunder across about 25 AIMIA award categories for 2009. It was hoted by Adam Spencer and Airlie Walsh which kept the audience entertained! Click here to check out all the winners. The Quantum Code campaign picked up two awards (Euro [...]

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Pepsico Zeigeist: Twitter Widget @ SXSW

19. March 2009

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At SXSW, Pepsico (the major sponsor) created “Zeigeist”, a twitter widget that aggregates tweets & keywords, transforming them into visual groups based on activity like eating, partying, travelling, drinking, connecting .etc then streaming their tweets via a very slick interface to so that the entire event is summarised for anyone that couldn’t attend! Very cool app, it was [...]

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Email Marketing Benchmark Report 2009

18. March 2009

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Returnity has just released it’s Email Marketing Benchmark Report for 2009, the report provides insight, advice and benchmarking statistics regarding email marketing in Australia, for agencies & marketing managers. The Email Marketing Report for 2009 has been based on data  from nearly 100 million emails, 12,000 campaigns, 450 clients and 18 industry segments… So you [...]

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