The London team of the international multi-channel marketing agency SapientNitro has come up with a fun and tricky way to marry analogue and digital technologies—in a somewhat retrospective, non-commercial device called Social Stock Ticker.
Russian Standard Vodka is launching a summer competition for aspiring entrepreneurs in the U.S. with a chance to win a small but nice cash prize of $10,000—something a vodka brand is rarely expected to do.
Non-profit Tous Unis Pour l’Egalité teamed up with Google and Ogilvy Paris to provide same-sex couples with an opportunity to wed over the Internet, via Google+ Hangout.
The Barclaycard global credit card has approached its customers with a new UK promotion revolving around ultimate personalization.
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Leveraging the popularity of social TV trend, subscription-TV operator SKY has launched a new service in Brazil, enabling its SKY HD subscribers to shape their viewer experience using Twitter. #SKYREC allows users to start the recording of shows and programs on the decoder with a simple re-tweet.
Toyota USA previews a new social shopping app, Toyota Collaborator, that will allow potential buyers of the cars to learn more about the vehicles, customize them without visiting a dealership and even go on a virtual test-drive with friends online.
The video ads are reported to appear in the users’ newsfeeds in July, marking the social media’s giant entrance to the growing online video advertising market.