The Full Blood Moon 19th #FullMoonEngageMe #SocialMedia Event on #EmpireKred #SocialNetworking

Fun way to meet new people

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The Full Blood Moon

The full moon that appears in October is usually called the Hunters Moon, so named as the preferred month to hunt summer-fattened deer and fox unable to hide in now bare fields. Particularly bright and long in the sky, giving hunters the opportunity to stalk prey at night, the full moon is also referred to as the full blood moon for obvious reasons. Probably because of the threat of winter looming close, October’s full moon is generally accorded with special honor, historically serving as an important feast day in both Western Europe and among many Native American tribes. Other names for this full moon include the Sanguine MoonTravel Moon and the Dying Grass Moon.

19th #FullMoonEngageMe Schedule

Our free event will start on Saturday the 24th of October 2015 at +/- 07:00 UTC and will last until Wednesday the 28th at +/- 24:00 in HERE.

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Coca-Cola has taken a step closer to using beacons to turn location-based marketing on its head

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It represents a major step toward Coke figuring out a role for beacons in its marketing mix, which is still shackled somewhat by its…

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There’s no question that a combination of location based marketing with gamification, effectively rewards for behavior, works.

The movie industry is in constant competition with everything from going to the beach, to sitting at home watching an ever increasing sized TV; and just like the music industry, it is becoming easier to view movies within a short period of their launch, without leaving your home to purchase or consume them.

This process appears to be designed to allay fears of invasion of privacy, but I’m not sure that is a big deal, because the only element that is different to other forms of cinema marketing really is the fact that they use the beacon to catch you at or near the…

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