> Every time a Facebook member makes a update, or interacts with another Facebook member, or references Facebook in one of the other social media/networks, SMRC will make a donation to the favorite charity of the Facebook member along with the equal value in member rewards. What do you think that will do for Facebook? How would the market react when they find out Facebook is planning on driving $4+ BILLION dollars for Charity each year? - along with $11 BILLION in member rewards, that will stimulate $219 BILLION per year in business for Facebook's sponsors & advertisers?
> Similarly, what if every Facebook advertiser, is now able to EASILY offer 'audience research games' that rewarded Facebook members for the level of attention they give to a Facebook advertiser's promotion, but that does not require purchase, with additional donations and rewards? How will that change the "Face" of advertising at Facebook, so that responding to Facebook advertisers, is always a rewarding experience? 90%+ of the problems that the market naturally assumes are related to Facebook's advertising went away overnight.
> Audience Research 'Games', for donations and rewards, as compared to cash, played ONLY with Sponsors who share common philanthropy, can access and modify responsive behavior, as compared to most market research that is based on asking opinions. See the 8 benefits of audience research that reveal the full potential of this research for Sponsors, Followers and the Charities - on the first page of SMRC's proposal to Facebook. It is based on scientific stimulus and response observation - similar to SMRC's Free Social Analytics that will anonymously expose the emotional-social ethos spread of our society through passive observation.
> "If you want to save Facebook, because of the time or money you've put into it, the best thing you can do is blog about SMRC's audience research 'games', repost this press release, or mention SMRC's research in your status updates on Facebook. Tell Mark or the board that you'd love it if everytime you did anything on Facebook, whatever you shared or precious attention you gave, should go to charity...and member rewards," quoted Phil Nakata. SMRC currently has 7+ million prospective members in the pipeline, including major universities.
Celebrities, Charities, Businesses and Social organizations seeking more information on how to become a SMRC Sponsor can visit www.socialmarketresearchforcharity.org. Facebook investors and all parties interested in seeing a copy of the letter and link to the proposal sent to Facebook (on how to generate $4 Billion for charity), can see the notice at: http://www.socialmarketresearchforcharity.org/
- From the IBM CTO who started IBM e-Business and Digital Marketing.
Phillip R. Nakata, Chief Business Officer
dba Social Market Research for Charity (SMRC)