Charity Miles is a free iPhone and Android app that enables people to earn corporate sponsorships for charity while walking, running or biking. We are supported by awesome companies like Humana, Johnson & Johnson, Timex Sports and Kenneth Cole.
It's as easy as this: get moving. Bikers earn 10¢ a mile and walkers and runners earn 25¢ a mile, up to our initial $1,000,000 sponsorship pool.
La metáfora de los nativos digitales (Prensky, 2001) además de estúpida es perversa. Es verdad que no está justificada ni avalada científicamente por evidencias (Jones y Shao, 2011). Pero este hecho...
Eric Schmidt recently announced that the internet will disappear: disappear in the sense that it will simply become ubiquitous. It’s for this reason that in 2015, Expedia will stop thinking about mobile as a distinct channel and simply think about data and how data can improve the travel experience for its customers. EyeforTravel hears more from Gary Morrison, SVP of Retail, Expedia Worldwide about Expedia’s priorities in 2015. Top takeaways
J Crew is making it easier to shop for age-appropriate clothing on its website, by introducing suggestions for each era of your life.
Visitors to its website can click on four differently aged models (all beautiful, of course) to see them wearing clothes suitable for your 20s, 30s, 40s and 50-plus. There are also accessory and cosmetics suggestions and fashion tips, such as "Do wear four-inch heels. Also, Birkenstocks" for the 40s.
J. Crew Creative Director Jenna Lyons adds a personal touch to the effort, writing on the site, "In my 20s, I wore rollneck sweaters, with short shorts. A lot has changed since then. Some 20+ years later, I still love J. Crew . . . just differently. Here are four women whose style I admire . . . different is beautiful. xx Jenna"
Well, this is sneaky—and for some, a little heartbreaking. Tinder users at the SXSW festival on Saturday were encountering an attractive 25-year-old woman named Ava on the dating app. A friend of ours made a match with her, and soon they were have a conversation over text message.
In today’s competitive business environment, product packaging is as crucial as the product itself. Apart from being visually appealing, your package design needs to be practical, (re)usable and make the consumer prefer your product over the competitor’s. Brands like Apple, who get it right, pay a lot of attention to the minutest details and create an experience around […]
VisitBritain is the organisation charged with marketing England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland in partnership with the individual countries' and cities' tourism boards. The organisation is currently in the midst of a new campaign highlighting attractions outside of well-known cities. Since the UK eased visa processes for Chinese travellers in 2014, VisitBritain has been heavily focused on attracting Chinese travellers and preparing British businesses to cater to the high-spending tourists. It has also doubled down on its digital marketing initiatives, including a blog on Tumblr. Skift recently interviewed the CEO of VisitBritain about her new role, how digital channels are changing VisitBritain's new marketing priorities, and what she would do with ten times more funding. Click here to read the full interview.
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