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Coca-Cola: The Facebook Places Recycling King

20. June 2011

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Here is a slightly different, yet innovative green initiative from Coca-Cola in Israel, who were aiming to promote increased recycling of their bottles across the entire country. In no small feat, they added over 10,000 new “recycling bins” to the Facebook Places index, and with that, created The Recycling King Challenge, where Coca-Cola fans were [...]

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Nike+ Graffiti Challenge Case Study

19. June 2011

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Here is a nice campaign for Nike Running out of Amsterdam, leveraging the Nike+ mobile app in conjunction with a very cool Facebook app, designed to get youngsters back into running. After identifying that youngsters think running is boring, Nike set out to make it a little more fun and socially rewarding. So they created [...]

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Diesel: The Facebook Spreadsheet App

18. June 2011

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Here is the latest digital campaign from Diesel, it’s called “Be Stupid At Work” and is centred around a desktop application called the “Excellbook”. Weird right? Well, it’s pure genius actually. Diesel’s Excellbook becomes your entire Facebook stream, it just happens to have been fed into an Adobe Air App that looks like a spreadsheet, [...]

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Sony Pictures’s DVD Amnesty: Case Study

14. June 2011

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Sony Pictures were looking for a way to encourage people to update their movie collection and buy new DVDs, a hard job in a dying market. Iris, Sydney came up with a fun solution with ‘The Great DVD Amnesty’, people could trade in their old, unwanted DVDs and get $5 cash back, thus freeing up [...]

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Sony Ericsson Xperiments Case Study

11. June 2011

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Check out this case study from Sony Ericsson Australia. To launch their new range of Xperia smartphones they decided to embrace social media and create something engaging for their audience. Unfortunately due to technical difficulties in the past there was some pretty bad brand sentiment on their Facebook page. To overcome this Iris Sydney created [...]

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Nike Chosen: Video Contest

7. June 2011

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Here’s the latest campaign from Nike and it’s pretty cool. Nike’s “Chosen”, brings together footage from skating, surfing, BMXing and snowboarding. Running along the same theme of “Just Do It” showcases extreme sports footage shot at night over two years in seven locations, Hawaii, Florida, New York, Los Angeles, Whistler, Aspen and Bali. After the [...]

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McDonalds Burger Roulette App Concept

30. May 2011

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This is another good concept from the Miami Ad School Europe. This student concept has been designed for McDonald’s and is a fun approach to a product finder app. The Facebook app, Burger Roulette, offers to help find the perfect burger for your mouth. You can then share this selection on Facebook. The app is [...]

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Mercedes-Benz Tweet Race Case Study

24. May 2011

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Did everyone catch the Mercedes-Benz Tweet Race back in February this year? Well, they were a few days late due to some bad weather, but they made it through and here is the campaign case study to prove it was a big success. The campaign had almost 30,000 active participants with over 72,000 Facebook Fans [...]

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Infographic: The Real Cost Of Social Media

22. May 2011

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What’s the real cost of social media? Last week we looked at an interesting infographic on the value of social commerce and today we wanted to share another interesting infographic on the cost of social media. So how do your social media costs compare? These stats, which have been aggregated by Focus.com, show some good [...]

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Facebook Blood Groups: Emergency Donations

18. May 2011

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Facebook groups?! I can already here you saying it… Well, they might actually still be relevant for something, and here is a really simple, really smart campaign that helps demonstrate just that. It’s called Facebook Blood Groups, a campaign aimed at acquiring group members based on blood type, so that when the government’s NATAL trauma [...]

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