Image from: Wimp Yourself! / DiaryofaWimpyKidMovie.com
How ’bout those summer blockbusters, eh? We’ve seen some spectacular films this summer, but which movie sites have seen the most growth? I looks like drama has no place in attracting the most online growth, as not one of the ranked sites represents a film that has a somber tone. Could this mean that more mature movies don’t attract as much attention online? Is there simply less draw to their websites? This could be the case: DiaryofaWimpyKidMovie.com is a lighthearted, simple, interactive website, where you can buy tickets, view the trailer, and even ‘wimp’ yourself to match the sites motif. I’ve included my own venture above. Sometimes, a great site is as simple as allowing people to personalize a digital version of themselves as a form of participation, and this site did just that.
Ryan La Sala joins Compete as the Digital Marketing Co-op for Compete.com, sovereign of all things social media. Ryan is a current attendant of Northeastern University, dual-majoring in Cultural Anthropology and International Affairs (with minors in Biology and Psychology), with career interests in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Consumer Anthropology. Aside from acquiring aspirations with big words, Ryan’s other interests include reading cheesy fiction, writing in any capacity, singing and cooking. Find Ryan on twitter @Ryality or connect with him on LinkedIn.