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WikiObserver Launches for Christmas With a $500 Holiday Prize Help Us Get to One Million WikiObserver Christmas Reports(December 21, 2011)
Augusta, GA (PRWEB) December 21, 2011
WikiObserver is a new Micro-video & Crowdsourcing app at taps into a smartphones capabilities, including GPS functionality, to effectively engage an on-the-go audience. Created by the developers at Guardian Watch, LLC, WikiObserver lets people Show and Tell where and what they are up to using their iPhone or Android mobile device.
WikiObserver has developed many categories of reports including Outdoor Adventures, On Campus, At Work, Parties, Political Campaigns, Utilities, and most importantly Emergency Reports. Each category of report has its own unique Pin so when observing the WikiObserver maps it is easy to identify the category of interest.
Beginning in January 2012, users of WikiObserver can Show and Tell their way to winning a monthly $1,000 contest based upon the number of views generated by sharing a WikiObserver Report with their Twitter, Facebook, or email contacts.
Additionally, the winner also tells the company who referred them to download and use WikiObserver, and that person wins $100. So, the more videos a WikiObserver user produces and shares, and the more people they tell about WikiObserver, the more chances they get to win!
Using Google Maps, WikiObserver streams your micro-videos (60 seconds or less) to the WikiObserver webservers for others to see what is going on with you and where it is happening. Whether the person is at work or on vacation, playing outdoors or attending a political rally, at a school function, or even a favorite party location, WikiObserver not only has An App for That, they have a branded category for that with some really cool Pin icons. The user can even send up a utility problem they observed.
In honor of their Christmas Holiday Launch, WikiObserver is putting up a $500 prize for the account holder who generates the most views of their Christmas Morning Santa Claus visit where the presents are being opened and family meals being enjoyed! The person that refers the Winner to use WikiObserver will also win $100.The contest will end at Midnight on Dec. 25th when WikiObserver will calculate the views per Christmas Holiday Report. Contestants must follow the regular contest rules as stipulated on the WikiObserver website and use the special Christmas Holiday Prize Category for submitting eligible reports to the contest. We are hoping to have over One Million Christmas Reports mapped all over the world join us!
WikiObserver is another app developed by Augusta based emergency application developer, Guardian Watch, LLC. and creator of http://www.GuardianWatch.com for neighborhood watch and public safety.
For more information: Ready in the Android App Stores, look for WikiObserver in the iTunes App Store as soon as Apple releases it. Also visit us at http://www.Facebook.com/WikiObserver and follow us at http://www.Twitter.com/WikiObserver. Media may call 631.482.7359
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