This is the first in a two-part series by Ning’s Marketing intern, Nicholas O’Farrell, on teenage mobile use. Stay tuned for his Friday post about the teen mobile market and their role in the migration to mobile.
The July 4th holiday weekend here in the United States often involves a lot of outdoor activity, runs to the grocery store, impromptu meetups and great photo opportunities. To help keep your friends and family close this weekend, we humbly suggest that you give Mogwee a try.
Here at Ning, we stand behind the power of community. With over 90,000 social websites hosted on Ning’s platform, spanning categories such as education, entertainment, business, causes, and politics, we’ve seen how communities spark meaningful action and activity. Everyday, we hear stories that inspire us. Today, we want to hear yours. Please take a minute to tell us what community means to you – and be automatically entered to win an iPad 2!
It’s no secret that over the past few years, social media has been a huge driver of offline activism and grassroots organizing. Campaigns like Pepsi Refresh and Kohl’s Cares have proved that social media can be used to empower ordinary citizens to become passionate supporters and advocates for social change.
Over the last few weeks, we’ve gotten incredible feedback from 500+ Ning Creators on the Ning Design Studio. Today, we’re thrilled to make the Ning Design Studio available to everyone — you can enable it from the Ning Labs page.
Enabling the Ning Design Studio gives you access to these features:
Here at Ning, we’re celebrating Safer Internet Day, an annual occasion organized by Insafe to promote safe and responsible use of the Internet. Originating from the European Union four years ago, it’s now celebrated globally by organizations in more than 60 countries today. This year’s theme revolves around our virtual lives: “It’s more than a game, it’s your life.”