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Social Media And Marketing
Kim Kardashian, Clash Of Clans, Angry Birds And More Donate In-app Purchases ...
Prince William Wants You To Play Angry Birds To Help Stop Wildlife Poaching
William, Angry Birds In Fight Against Poaching


 
Social Media And Marketing
It's reported Thursday, 27 Nov 2014 17:08:51 -0800 by eyefortravel.com:
Most destinations around the world could but dream of a few thousand customers engaging with a marketing campaign. Not so it seems for Visit Finland. Next week, in partnership with Rovio Entertainment, the company behind the mobile game franchise Angry Birds, Visit Finland will launch a new initiative that has the potential to reach millions ? if not billions ? of people worldwide.
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Kim Kardashian, Clash Of Clans, Angry Birds And More Donate In-app Purchases ...
It's reported Monday, 24 Nov 2014 13:30:02 -0800 by news.yahoo.com:
Buying stars in Kim Kardashian: Hollywood or gems in Clash of Clans may actually do some genuine good for the next two weeks. A host of iOS apps, including the likes of Angry Birds, Farmville 2 and Puzzle & Dragons, are currently donating proceeds from in-app purchases to the Global Fund to fight HIV, AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria in Africa. The app charity drive is part of Apple's partnership ...
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Prince William Wants You To Play Angry Birds To Help Stop Wildlife Poaching
It's reported Tuesday, 18 Nov 2014 15:55:51 -0800 by news.yahoo.com:
Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, has teamed up with Angry Birds, the world?s most popular game app, to raise awareness about pangolins, one of the world?s most endangered animals.
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William, Angry Birds In Fight Against Poaching
It's reported Monday, 17 Nov 2014 18:10:08 -0800 by asiaone.feedsportal.com:
LONDON - Prince William teamed up with the maker of Angry Birds to release a game yesterday that will highlight the dangers of poaching for animal species ranging from elephants to anteaters. The British royal warned about the "illegal slaughter of tens of thousands of animals" and said the trade in animal parts was helping to fund criminal gangs and even extremist groups. "These species are ...
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