Als Ice Bucket Challenge

  • DoGooder Video Awards Honor YouTube Creators for Charitable Efforts

    … Hosting charity fundraising through social media has become an incredibly useful and popular way to raise money. From the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, to tsū raising five times the anticipated amount for Charity: Water, social media is very active and supportive when it comes to charity. Because of the impact of social thought leaders…

    Inside Facebookin Social YouTube- 12 readers -
  • eMarketer: YouTube Should Watch Its Back

    YouTube is still far and away the leader in terms of online video viewing and digital video advertising, but Facebook is hot on its heels, and Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and Snapchat are poised to rattle the landscape, as well, according to a new report from research firm eMarketer. eMarketer estimated that U.S. digital video advertising will total $7.77 billion in 2015, up 30.

    David Cohen/ AllTwitter- 20 readers -
  • The Facebook Integration That Keeps On JustGiving

    … easily by adding Open Graph tags to our site and application. Used Facebook Login to make registration easy. Encouraged sharing by including calls to action within the JustGiving app. Whether it’s running a marathon, posting a no-makeup selfie or taking part in an Ice Bucket Challenge, fundraising is all about asking for your friends’ support…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 6 readers -
  • Facebook ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Update: 17M+ Videos Seen 10B+ Times by 400M+ Users

    … More than 17 million videos related to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge were uploaded to Facebook between June 1 and Sept. 1, and they were viewed more than 10 billion times by more than 440 million users, the social network said in an update Tuesday. The Facebook Data Science Team added that from June 1 through Aug. 17, there were more than 28 million related posts, comments and likes. Readers: Did you participate in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge? …

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 4 readers -
  • Please Stop Worshiping Originality

    THE SHOW Many businesses these days spend hours in meeting rooms trying to figure out what the next big thing will be and how they can harness its power. But being the first or the most original isn't as important as doing whatever you do with conviction, and doing it well. Steve Jobs wasn't the first to come up with a smartphone or a tablet, but he flawlessly executed their ...

    Jay Baer/ Convince and Convert- 5 readers -
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