Few world events really stick in our collective memory, like the moon landing, the Fall of the Berlin Wall and September 11, 2001. As the 10th anniversary of the attack nears, National Geographic is asking its Facebook audience: “Where were you?”. Your personal story is placed on a map and additionally shared on your wall. Read more…
National Geographic is online with a Halloween mini-site for kids. Nothing fancy if you’re an adult, but your children will surely like it, as it gives them the chance to create personalized (scary) cards. Soap Creative is behind it, together with the illustrator Nathan J. If you’d like to find out more about the site, make sure to read Ashley’s post.
HP Asia Pacific and The National Geographic Channel are “On the trail of Zheng He” with Ong Boon Kiat, a tech journalist, blogging on the travel and the making of the documentary. Marketing Magazine reports Arc Worldwide has created an interactive screensaver which allows users to follow the journey. The idea is to target online users interested in travel, geography and photography, with an application grabbing live feeds when Ong posts new entries on his blog. The screensaver also allows users to enjoy the pictures captured with hp Digital Photography products, used by the documentary staff. Tag: blog marketing
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