Nestlé is treating Facebook users with a sweet game Crunch Challenge and is awarding them with thousands of chocolate bars as daily and weekly prizes. The luckiest one will also get the grand money prize of $10,000. All you need is to be logged in and give right answers to the questions.
Facebook values its top advertising clients and never forgets to prepare a holiday gift for them. Usually the social network gives money to donate to the charity of the client’s choice, and gives something tactile in addidion. This year the heads of Facebook commissioned great Facebook illustrator Ben Barry and the website’s creative team to make an art poster.
To become a model can be easier than most of us think. If you are a Facebooker and have a dream of becoming a real fashion star, German fashion label Hugo Boss gives the chance. Now the brand is looking for young men and women who will show the clothes made by the house during Berlin Fashion Week, January 21.
Facebook will help brands promote themselves on the social networking website. It has announced setting up a directory of consultants, who will render practical support to companies in their creating pages on Facebook. The group will include 14 professionals with a strong track record of developing various applications.
Big global brands are saying that there is no space on Twitter left for them. Most logins with loud names are already taken by unknown users for promoting unrelated themes, and so these brands have to register using their world-known names plus words like “news” or “info” or just the first letters. Twitter doesn’t seem eager to fix the problem fast.