I recently did a lunchtime session with the lovely people at Radio 1. Here’s the highlights: CAMPAIGNS / IDEAS Fred Pretty: The Hidden Concert SeriesMishmash of tech on display here. Somehow it all comes together beautifully. Nike: Take MokumAnother nice combination of Facebook and real world events. Mini MapsSmart use of Google Maps and Facebook.… Continue reading Radio1 Inspiration Session
Forget Happy Slapping. Facebook! is way more dangerous.
I vaguely remember this from school. Don’t remember it being called a ‘chatterbox’ though. Nice idea though.
Handpicked popular culture from 1860 – 2011. Lovely.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/emp/external/player.swf BBC Marketing (online) discuss their social media strategy for Series 2 of Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle. Series 2 of the brilliant BAFTA award-winning comedy started on BBC2 this week. You can’t embed the show itself – the clip above is a part of the extra content on the site. It’s also got Kevin Eldon… Continue reading Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle. “Social Stew”
The worlds first online store with real salespeople. Looks like a big undertaking and very hi-tech solution. Nice mix of social commerce / customer service. First YouTube comment? “That’s the most retarded thing I’ve ever seen.” Textbook. Developed by B_Reel.
Amazing raving grandad. Neat moves.
Porsche tags one million Facebook fans on a 911 GT3 R race car. What better way to involve petrol heads and give them something to brag about and share. You can find your name on special campaign site – http://www.porsche.com/thankyou Good find by Kev and Dom.
Nice pairing of phone and ad placement which reminds customers it’s easier to check-in via mobile phone. The plane also flies to the booking page. Bet that’s how they sold it in. 🙂 You can try something similar here. http://appelsiini.net/demo/websocket/html5.html