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Airbnb: The World’s First Vine Video Film

25. August 2013

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Airbnb have started a world first film contest, challenging users to help shoot 6 second vine videos that will contribute to a short film about Travel, Adventure and finding your place in the world. Each day on Airbnb’s twitter account, they’ll post a new Vine Video Challenge and await everyone to respond with 6 second [...]

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TwitterScrabble: The Ultimate Game of Scrabble

6. March 2012

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Hands up if you are a scrabble freak? Well, you’ve got a new challenger, and it’s the entire twitterverse! To help launch the brand new board game (remember those?!) Scrabble Trickster, they’ve created TwitterScrabble, a whole new way to get people involved in the game from around the world, purely via twitter, and laced with [...]

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IKEA: Catch The Swedish Light Campaign

22. November 2011

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Here is a really interesting way to run a competition using YouTube videos. IKEA Belgium wanted to celebrate the Swedish mid-summer vibe, a time when sales are usually pretty flat for them in Belgium, so they created a series of product based videos called “Catch The Swedish Light”. The stop motion videos showcased the latest [...]

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Mercedes-Benz: Escape The Map Advergame

17. November 2011

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Mercedes-Benz UK are running a pretty interesting campaign called “Escape The Map“. It’s lead by a TVC challenging a much younger demographic to jump online and play the “Escape The Map Game”. I’ll be honest, it’s a pretty weird game, and that’s a dam expensive car, but you have the chance to win a new [...]

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Peugeot: Take The Car Challenge

28. June 2011

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Here is an interesting take on those famous old “Touch The Car” endurance competitions of days gone bye.. With Peugeot launching the “Take The Car” challenge online, where users would compete live from around the world to score a week with the car of their choice. After connecting with Facebook, users would choose a car, [...]

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The Vodafone Pixel Hunt

13. May 2011

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This was a great little promo for Vodafone’s release of the LG Optimus in Germany, created to help highlight the quality of the 5 mega pixel camera. The promotion was called the Vodafone Pixel Hunt, and was based around an online game that held a 5 Million Pixel image that just happened to be holding [...]

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Orange: #myroyalplate Twitter Campaign

27. April 2011

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Last week Aden posted a nice like campaign from Orange ‘Predict-A-Chick‘ and this week they have just launched My Royal Plate which is a fun little campaign that takes advantage of the hype surrounding the pending Royal Wedding. The campaign invites users to Tweet a special un-royal moment that they would like to remember to [...]

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Orange: Predict-A-Chick Has Hatched!

21. April 2011

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If you didn’t catch it about a week ago, Orange was running a cool little campaign called Predict-A-Chick on TheFeed, streaming a live hatchling lab of about 17 numbered chicken eggs that would become a real-time guessing game for “First to Hatch” and even things the “Loudest Tweeter”… You could make your predictions and then [...]

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Magnum Pleasure Hunt Across The Internet

17. April 2011

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Here is the latest global campaign from Magnum, this time to launch the all new Magnum Temptation Hazelnut ice-cream. To do that, they’ve created an Advergame called “Magnum Pleasure Hunt Across The Internet” and it follows the concept pioneered by the Lynx Party Across The Internet campaign, but this is much more Advergame, than the [...]

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The #jeeppuzzle Twitter Campaign

24. November 2010

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Leo Burnett Iberia recently launched this cool little campaign on twitter for Jeep. Called #jeeppuzzle, the idea was that users would follow the jeeppuzzle profile, and inside that profile, jeep would be following a total of 12 other profiles. Now, in each of those profiles, they would be following a further 36 profiles, with each [...]

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