Hold the foam: Consumers’ love of simple, quality coffee sits at the center of what the brand says is its largest campaign to date.
Hi-Media Group announced that Fotolog, the photo-blogging website and social network, has passed the 20 million member mark. Since the website’s acquisition by Hi-Media Group was announced in 2007, Fotolog’s rapidly-growing and highly-engaged community has achieved key milestones:
â€¢ Sharply accelerated growth rate going from 10-20 million members in the past year (previously, Fotolog had built a 10-million member community in 5 years).
â€¢ Rolled out the m.fotolog.com mobile service worldwide and introduced the Allopass micro-payments platform in Latin America.
â€¢ Key market growth worldwide: the #2 social network in Spain; US unique visitors doubled in 2008.
Originally posted on August 20, 2008 @ 10:47 pm
The site provides a customizable online destination for moms and dads to connect with other parents through shared interests such as hobbies, age of children, family setup, parenting tips, geographic location and more. The site also allows guests to interact with each other by posting comments, questions and images about parenting experiences and challenges they have in common, as well as posting reactions to content on Disney Family.com.
Disney Family.com is designed to present information on a variety of topics important to todayâ€™s families in a manner that is compelling, comprehensive, entertaining and, most importantly, objective.
Maybe it can serve also as a venue for parents to tell their kids to back away from annoying Disney artists.
Originally posted on August 20, 2008 @ 4:55 pm
Multiply, Inc., one of the largest independent social network, is boasting of saving its users hours every week in photo and video uploading time with its AutoUploader â€“ a tool that automatically scans pre-selected computer folders and uploads new media files to a secure, remote location. This allows users to quickly and easily share photos and videos when their schedules allow, without having to wait for files to upload.
The average AutoUploader user uploads 187 photos and 8 videos every week, for an average total file size of more than 280 MB. Depending on oneâ€™s Internet connection, this can take more than 90 minutes each week. Instead of sitting by the computer, manually selecting and waiting for files to upload, the AutoUploader frees valuable time for users to spend with family and friends, creating more of the memories that they share on Multiply.
The AutoUploader makes sharing media on Multiply easier than ever. The application, which can be installed in seconds on any computer running on any operating system, regularly scans user-designated directories for new photos and videos and automatically copies them to one’s remote Media Locker – a secure, private area on the Multiply site. From there files can to be reviewed and shared from any computer at a userâ€™s convenience. A few seconds is all it takes to select which files to share and select one of Multiply’s best-of-breed privacy options in order to share.
Originally posted on August 21, 2008 @ 7:08 am
As New York City tightens the belt on short-term rentals, the disruptor company’s global ad campaign touts its benefits over conventional hotels.