Singer/actor Chris Brown has teamed with Southern California-based Qubeey Inc., innovators of the browser-free communications platform revolutionizing Internet access, to kick off a multi-faceted campaign this week at Eurweb.com.
The initiative, featuring the multi award-winning music mogul, is already paying off. After just one tweet from Brown, aka Breezy, early Monday morning, page views to www.qubeey.com/breezy jumped to more than 150,000 in less than four hours.
The collaboration includes launch of Brown's own channel, a customized micro-site, featuring music, movie clips, photos, videos and other Brown-related content. Visit www.qubeey.com/breezy.
Additionally, through Qubeey's assertive communications feature, Brown can appear instantly on channel followers' desktops via media-rich video notifications.
"Through assertive communications, Chris Brown can connect with followers in a unique and memorable way. Imagine having him pop out in the middle of your Excel document to let you know about his latest song," said Qubeey CEO Rocky Wright.
Notifications can be turned on and off and are always saved for future viewing. Qubeey can be deployed on desktops, laptops, iPads, Tablets, mobile phones, and soon on gaming devices and televisions.
The current Chris Brown-Qubeey campaign includes a chance for followers to win a fly-away to Los Angeles to attend a private Chris Brown VIP Channel Launch party in October. Those who enter may also win autographed Qubeey guitars and skateboards. To enter, visit www.qubeey.com/breezy.
The campaign is designed to introduce new audiences to the Qubeey platform. Brown's Team Breezy fan base, more than 37 million strong, is among the most active online, constantly watching his every move.
Following the announcement of Qubeey's strategic partnership with Groupon last week, many entities including celebrities have lined up to have their own Qubeey channel. Channel owners include Akon, Craig Shoemaker, Donald Schultz, CrossFit, Season Two "Biggest Loser" alum, Pete Thomas, and over 200 more. Even Chaka Khan debuted her latest video "Super Life: Fear Kills, Love Heals," on a Qubeey channel.
"We have several products, businesses and celebrities involved with Qubeey, but anyone who signs up can have a channel. It is free for most users. Just install the Qube, our interface, which allows access to Facebook, Twitter and other popular sites," said Qubeey Vice President of Marketing Marc Brogdon.
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