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Cookies for Kids Cancer Facebook App

The Cookies for Kids’ Cancer campaign was a "share" application that gave users the ability to send a cookie to their friends. Cookies were "virtual donations" - philosophy donated $1 to cookies for kids’ cancer for every virtual cookie sent on Saturdays in the month. Read More


The health care law firm Kern Augustine Conroy and Schoppmann needed an updated Website to provide resources to current clients and information to prospective clients. WSITS designed and developed a modern website that showcases the firm’s attorneys, practice areas and latest news. Custom pages that provide resources for health care professionals are created for partner associations, changes in health care laws in New Jersey and New York are closely documented, and a rich database of articles written by staff attorneys is publicly available. Read More

Eternal Grace Sampling App

QVC promoted eternal grace, a fragrance for women made by philosophy, through a sampling application. Read More

Eye Hope Facebook Application

The eye hope application was a "free sample" registrant drive for the product with the same name and a share application experience. After users signed up for their free sample, they were urged to send messages of "hope" – pre-populated sayings playing off of the product’s marketing language – to their friends. Read More

FiOS Upgrade

When consumers purchased an HDTV at participating Big Box stores, they received a coded coupon from Verizon FiOS. WSITS built a website that allowed a consumer to enter the code from the coupon and find out what discount or free service they were eligible for if they became a Verizon FiOS customer. Customers could sign up for FiOS service through the site. WSITS passed on the data to Verizon and the coupon credit would appear on future bills. Read More

Good Skins Labs Facebook App

The Good Skins application was a "free sample" registrant drive and a share application experience. After users signed up for their free sample, they were urged to send GoodNotes to their friends. The "GoodNotes" included photos and cheerful notes, such as a group of women laughing with the message: You make laugh lines worth it. Read More

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