SocialVibe Fund Raising & Marketing

Posted on July 1, 2009. Filed under: Others, Web 2.0 | Tags: , |


SocialVibe.com is a social media website, that – even though it’s still in its beta testing phase – has already attracted thousands of visitors. In a nutshell: this site uses advertising dollars to donate to causes on their site.

Users sign up for a free account, select their favorite cause to support, then select a sponsor (Apple, Sprint, NBA, Billabong and other big names) whose ‘badge’ (or ad) they add to their profile pages on SocialVibes.com and on other social sites like MySpace.com and FaceBook.com. It is also now available for WordPress users. (See the badge on the right 🙂

The great thing about the site is, that no one is ever asked to donate money to a cause. They’re simply asked to put a sponsor’s advertising ‘badge’ on their profile pages. Points are earned from views/impressions of these badges: the more views or impressions, the more points are earned. The user can then turn the points into donation dollars for their favorite cause. Users can also form networks with others and track how their own points add up.

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3 Responses to “SocialVibe Fund Raising & Marketing”

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Thanks for adding the SocialVibe widget and helping spread the word by doing a write-up. It looks great on your page. If you have any questions or issues, feel free to e-mail me: stownsend@socialvibe.com.

Always glad to help out other Socialvibe members.
Good luck with your cause.
Monk
http://monkspoint.wordpress.com

thanks alot! 🙂


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