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Millennials are asking...

Have you seen Alpaca?ors rare animal but cute

23 votes
39% 61%
Places & Travel

Beautiful great temple in Bangkok,who've been there

21 votes
26% 74%
Places & Travel

Who visit Bangkok soi nana

22 votes
11% 89%
Places & Travel

What are your thoughts on Dubai ?

23 votes
60% 40%
Places & Travel

Does men's size matter much to you?

9 votes
40% 60%
Relationships

Is he anti - Israel?

18 votes
46% 54%
World Events & Politics

Boycott Israel?

21 votes
31% 69%
World Events & Politics

Can too much happiness can be bad for your health?

29 votes
24% 76%
Health & Fitness

Hmmm....

49 votes
55% 45%
Life & Lifestyle

Beach football. Winds up in the waves! Wanna play?

24 votes
55% 45%
Places & Travel

what is your favorite thing to do in the morning

2 votes
0% 100%
Relationships

Try it. I like bacon!

22 votes
60% 40%
Food & Drink

Anyone else countin pennies these days!

22 votes
70% 30%
Places & Travel

Dory! Who loves dory? Anyone want a lil more wine???

22 votes
67% 33%
Places & Travel

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Millennial News Feed

Quote of the Day: “In the future, I'd like to pay off my student loans and not starve or get evicted. A stable job would be nice.” –Male, 26, PA

With any large-scale marketing campaign, especially those that encourage consumer participation, brands must prepare for their message to be hijacked. Coke’s #ShareaCoke promotion has gotten the royal hack treatment from Millennials online who are making fun of the names found listed on the bottles (or those that are left out) and filling in their own to create new comic pairings that relate to other memes. (Adweek)

Not all viral sensations make sense at first. Take relatively unknown British teen Tish and the Vine she posted recently. In it, Tish sits in her mom’s car pretending to drive, says “broom broom,” and cuts to her mom’s high pitched voice saying, “Get out me car!” Sounds simple and not all that overwhelming, but since it was posted, the Vine has gone viral, been remixed by fans, and has earned its own #TeamTish hashtag. Tish’s viral potential could be due her monotone voice, silly catch phrase, or quirky mom, but either way, her videos have given teens online someone to root for. (BuzzFeed)

Live-stream gaming service Twitch has grown from 3.2 million users to 50 million users in three years time and its earnings potential has caught the eye of Google, who plans to purchase Twitch and integrate it into YouTube. Watching how others play and strategize “is like catnip” for serious gamers and Twitch makes it easy for gamers to live-stream what they’re playing for audiences to watch, regardless of what console they’re using. (MediaPost)

You may not be the biggest fan of “listicle” editorials pieces, but BuzzFeed, whose traffic is 50% on mobile and 75% referred from social media, makes a strong case for why lists and other themes are important in brand writing for Millennials. Branded quizzes on BuzzFeed have a 96% completion rate, and both lists and quizzes signal to busy readers that there is “finiteness to what they’re getting.” They are also discovering something new about themselves through quizzes, feeding into their Numbers Game desire to use data for self-discovery. (The Drum)

100 fans will earn a seat at The Giver premier in close proximity to the movie’s biggest stars, but this competition isn’t about luck. The Giver Movie Premiere for Good contest is using online activism as its backbone, asking fans to launch fundraising campaigns on Crowdrise and raise money in order to secure their spot. So far around $6,000 has been raised from the more than 400 campaigns with the money going to charities benefitting the arts. (Mashable)

Quote of the Day: “My dream for the future is complete financial independence from parents and any others, and a very satisfying career that I enjoy (a high salary would be a plus, but not essential).” –Male, 25, PA

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