Hello Bin Weevils!
It feels so good to be back! I haven”t been blogging these past few months as life has gotten in the way a bit, but now it’s the Summer Term of my first year in Secondary School I have a bit more time after-school!
But anyway, I came home from my day out today and found an email in my inbox from ‘Google Alerts’, notifying me of a new blog post about Bin Weevils. Obviously I was intrigued, so I clicked on the link and was transported to techcrunch.com (a website about all things techy), with an article about Bin Weevils partnering with SuperAwesome, the European ad network and marketing platform for kids and teens.
This is fantastic news, as this company does the advertising for many up-market brands, including LEGO, Hasbro, Disney and Nintendo, so they are extremely experienced. What SuperAwesome plan to do with Bin Weevils is manage the sales and ad-operations within Bin Weevils, while they work on a new browser-based world and the production of a new cross-platform site heading for iOS (a site available on iPads etc) called ‘Weevil World’ (close to Weevily World I know), which is planned to be released this autumn. Do you know anything more?
Before the end of this post, I’d just like to quote a piece from the techcrunch.com article;
“In case you haven’t heard of Bin Weevils, it claims to be the leading kid-safe virtual world in the UK, bigger than Moshi Monsters, apparently“
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An original Weevily World piece by phurple
Another Site I just found (which is linked) : http://kidscreen.com/2014/04/16/superawesome-strives-for-uk-digital-ad-domination-with-bin-weevils-deal/