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ThingLink Adds Interactive Image Sharing to Facebook Timeline

ThingLink, the most popular interactive image platform for publishers, brands, agencies and consumers, today added interactive image sharing to Facebook Timeline. Now when publishers share ThingLink interactive images to Facebook, viewers can “touch” them to experience the content inside the image — without leaving Timeline.

ThingLink’s proprietary, patent-pending web-based solution allows publishers to create, tag and share any image, in any environment, quickly and easily. ThingLink allows content producers to better understand how their images are being used by consumers on the different social media platforms, both in terms of interactions with the image as well as a wide range of social behaviors.

Publishers and individuals can now use ThingLink to transform static images on Facebook Timeline into a discovery experience — with music and video players, social links and brand content that appear inside an image when it is “touched.” Rich media tags from services like Youtube, Vimeo, Instagram, Imgur, Flickr, and Twitter are supported from the beginning, and support for custom third-party tags will be added in the coming weeks.

“Images are becoming forums for conversation and discovery that include sharing, touching, commenting, and remixing rich media content created by others,” said CEO Ulla Engeström. “ThingLink is now enabling a new kind of discovery experience on Facebook Timeline that evokes emotion and brings moments to life in ways that drive higher engagement.”

Founded in 2010, ThingLink is the leading interactive image platform with over 130,000 publishers. ThingLink’s enterprise level account for publishers, agencies and brands offers such key features as group account management and the ability to create and launch custom image apps and icons that enhance engagement. ThingLink also offers advanced metrics for measuring image performance across social channels like Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr, enabling valuable, new insights into consumer engagement.

For more information visit ThingLink.com and ThingLinkPress.com.
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How to share your images to Facebook Timeline?
CopyPaste a ThingLink url to your timeline. See examples from MSF, Huffington Post France, and Giorgio Armani.

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Celebrating Earth Day – April 22

The first Earth Day on April 22, 1970, activated 20 million Americans from all walks of life and is widely credited with launching the modern environmental movement. More than 1 billion people now participate in Earth Day activities each year, making it the largest civic observance in the world.

ThingLink is happy to celebrate Earth Day in images.

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Shoppable Images with ThingLink: One Size Does Not Fit All

If you’re a retailer, a seller on Amazon, eBay or Etsy or a record label driving sales around songs, now you can use ThingLink to transform photos into Shoppable Images that are instantly shareable in social channels and embeddable on any web page.

ThingLink is the most popular shoppable image solution. Retailers and Etsy, Amazon and eBay sellers can use our free account to add standard shopping tags and icons to any image. When you share them interactively into social channels like Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr, you’ll drive higher conversion rates. Post them onto web pages and folks will spend more time on page and shop through your images.

Custom Retail Solutions — And because top brands know that one size does not fit all, ThingLink offers brands an enterprise level account that lets you customize shoppable images with unique shopping apps and branded tag icons. Build and upload your own shopping apps with product previews, prices, preference, and shopping carts — and drive higher conversion. Use ThingLink to make your images uniquely yours with branded icons that speak directly to your customers.

Want to make your own images shoppable? Sign up for a free business account and get started today. And contact us if you’re interested in ThingLink Custom Retail Solutions.

Touch these images by Vogue magazine, Home Depot, Interscope, Cirque du Soleil, Ikea, Two for Fashion, and Olivia Palermo.

Vogue Magazine

Home Depot

Interscope Records

Cirque du Soleil

Ikea

Two for Fashion

Olivia Palermo

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Heads of State on ThingLink

Can you guess how many heads of state have published or appeared in ThingLink news images? Mexico, United States, Spain, The Vatican, and France, to name a few. Here is how interactive images can enrich governmental communication.

As presidential campaigns and governmental communication transitions to social media, heads of state are taking advantage of new photo sharing tools like ThingLink. The President of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto uses ThingLink for summarizing weekly activities in informative photo collages containing links to the government’s website, videos, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

Mexico – President Enrique Peña Nieto 

Official images of politically important figures are often planned to the smallest detail. Huffington Post tagged an image of His Majesty King Juan Carlos describing the objects in the picture.

Spain – His Majesty King Juan Carlos (from Huffington Post)

President Obama’s campaign team enriched an image of a dinner with the President giving context of the discussion and participants.

United StatesPresident Barack Obama

Editorial images of political figures can turn into infographics that combine visual and textual information in a new way. El Observador used ThingLink to add quotes from various interviews with Pope Francis, the head of the Vatican State and the Catholic Church.

El Observador

Do you represent a governmental organization interested in using ThingLink? Contact info@thinglink.com for further information.

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Stephen King’s Doctor Sleep

Touch and discover…

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Sports Illustrated Rolls out Swimsuit Issue on ThingLink

How can one make perfection even more? Make your images interactive and tell a deeper story. Check out the new Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue and model Cintia Dicker below.

 

Model Cintia Dicker in Africa

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Great meeting you at SxSW2013!

We had a great time at SxSW meeting so many ThingLink users among musicians, film makers, brands and agencies.

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ThingLink at SxSW13 – Booth 511

Looking forward to seeing our friends at SxSW Interactive next week.url

Stop by at Booth 511 and chat it up with our CMO Neil Vineberg.

And if you’re into hearing great bands the place to be is SonyCity at the Hanger Lounge and the Six Lounge (318/319 Colorado at 4th) from March 13-16. Check the calendar for March 13th in the images below.

Big congrats to our friends at Wind-up Records (!!) who are hosting their 15th Anniversary party on March 14th at Empire Control Room.  And check out The Lone Bellow (see image below) performing all over Austin.

Touch and discover the images. Have fun and see you there!

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How far will people go for Valentine’s Day?

A study released today by Digitas, a digitally-led, global integrated brand agency, and Brandwatch, a social media monitoring and analytics company, analyzed over 1.6 million social mentions of Valentine’s Day taking place on news and general media sites, blogs, forums, Facebook, and Twitter from November 2012 – February 2013. The findings reveal that more than 45,000 conversations mention travel for the holiday, suggesting that Americans are considering Valentine’s Day a time to vacation away from home and no longer celebrating as just a single day affair.

Couples, Families and Friends Are Taking Off to Other Places for the Holiday

Thirty percent of all travel-related mentions referenced traveling by air, while 37% mentioned traveling by car.  Of these two groups, the majority of conversations about air travel were about couples, while groups of friends dominated the conversations about road trips.

Domestic Travel Ranks #1, But Don’t Rule Out Travel Abroad
Our study shows that 70% of people discussing Valentine’s Day travel are considering visits to domestic destinations— the top five being: 1) New York, 2) San Francisco, 3) Chicago, 4) Las Vegas, and 5) Los Angeles.

While traveling within the US leads in conversations, a surprising 30% are discussing trips abroad to international destinations. The study shows that when Americans think “Valentine’s Romance,” their top five international destinations are: 1)Paris,  2) London, 3) Barcelona, 4) Sydney and 5) Vancouver.

Valentine’s Day Celebrations Will Include Plans to be Outdoors
It also appears Americans are preparing for an active Valentine’s Day. Amongst popular activities for vacationing, 42% are looking to relax at the spa as their primary Valentine’s Day activity.  Of the remaining, 33% want sun and beach destinations, 21% are hitting the slopes and 4% are wine tasting.

Despite Interest in Outdoor Activities, Hotel Spa Packages Hit It Big Online
Hotels with spas have been advertising heavily online, and our study shows that their online investments are paying off—and not just to the couples celebrating Valentine’s Day. Singles want hotels with spas as well, and for every four mentions interested in a relaxing destination, either by singles or by a couple, at least one included a reference to a coupon or deal.

This infographic was annotated using ThingLink to give you an enhanced viewing experience.

 

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Celebrating New York Fashion Week

We wanted to share some of the excitement from Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week through images. Fashion Week is New York City’s single largest media event, which provides top designers an international platform to showcase their collections to more than 100,000 industry insiders from around the world.

 

 

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