There’s new “emerging” media everyday it seems. But what stands out to me is how all of these medias are bringing us even closer together.
In SocialVibe‘s case, it’s for the better. And it’s global.
SocialVibe was founded in 2006 as a service that allows branded activities to translate into donations:
“…operates [as] a social media utility that allows people to benefit their causes and communities by engaging with brand sponsors and sharing branded content with their social graph. The company connects people with brands to earn charitable donations using their social media properties. It enables members to complete and share branded activities to earn points, which translate into positive social impact via micro-donations for the member’s cause of choice.” (Businessweek)
This site is different from other branding sites like Smile.ly, where consumers receive the product and then review it in their social space. Consumers don’t receive anything for doing activities on SocialVibe; their participation translates into services for charitable causes. Continue reading