Facebook just announced its latest product: Safety Check. When a natural disaster occur, all the users in the affected area get the chance to let their friends and family know they’re safe. You will have two options: You can either mark yourself as safe or state that you are not in the affected area. Your friends […]
Zomato just released a quite creative campaign but there is something they could’ve done better!
Some Italian teens who were part of a church group had the chance to meet Pope Francis and convinced him to take a “Selfie” picture with him. They tweeted the picture which, naturally, caught the attention of the “Twittosphere” and made the snap go viral on the web. That cool move is not surprising coming […]
The actual Syrian president, Bashar Al Assad, joined Instagram (@syrianpresidency) on July 24th. Syria has witnessed a civil war for more than 2 years now and it seems the president’s team have got some time to create and manage an Instagram account. This means they believe they can achieve quite interesting political objectives through this: […]
Developer Mike Judge created an app called Places I’ve Pooped and it allows you to check-in places you’ve pooped in. This geo-localization social network is made for those who think Foursquare is too traditional. Would you want to share with your friends your “pooping” location? I wouldn’t.
Red Balloon is an English language learning center in Brazil for kids. In their latest campaign by Ogilvy Brazil, brazilian kids spotted many celebrities tweets with English misspellings and replied from the Red Balloon account presenting themselves, correcting the mistake(s) and attaching a picture of them.
To celebrate Mother’s Day 2013, Twitter just published a funny public service announcement video pushing their users to call their mom for the occasion rather than dropping them a tweet. In today’s connected world, a social network producing a video asking people to disconnect sometimes and have more personal communication with their entourage maybe considered […]