Gift Piggie helps you give the world to the kids you love. This new concept in gift-giving is currently in alpha testing. Everyone wants to give the perfect gift. Help kids and their parents by giving something with more impact than toys or clothes; safely contribute to an experience that will last a lifetime. Whether it’s $5 towards a trip to Disneyland or $500 towards braces, your contribution counts. PUN Media is proud to be providing marketing, blog content, audience development, and community management for this exciting start-up venture. Stay tuned so you can be the first to set up a secure account for your child, contribute to the kids in your life, and provide irreplaceable memories.
Demand Media: eHow eBooks
eHow.com is the internet’s premiere source for free advice, guidance, and expertise on a vast range of subjects for the Do It Yourself crowd, with over two million articles and videos. When Demand Media, eHow.com’s parent company, decided to expand into selling eHow eBooks, they didn’t do it themselves — they called us. We provided synopses for each title in their premiere line of ebooks, optimized for both enticing buyers and attracting search engine traffic.
The team behind PUN Media first came together working on JewishBoston.com, where Liz was a co-creator and community manager and David is the managing editor. JewishBoston.com is, well, a website for Jews in Boston, a program of Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP). Here you can find an immediate connection to all the amazing Jewish things that are happening in Boston right now. Discover links to cultural events, Jewish education, organizations, and lots more. JewishBoston.com serves as the natural gathering place online, the first place that anyone checks for what’s going on in town and what’s interesting. Optimized to real people’s online behavior through an ongoing process of focus groups, user-testing, and surveys, JewishBoston.com meets people where they’re at, whether that’s gathering information through a website, through email, an rss feed, or via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or YouTube. The site makes participating in Jewish life as easy as buying a blender on Amazon.