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Find Madeleine McCann On Facebook

by | 25th, May 2008

maddy2.jpgMADDIE WATCH – Anorak’s at-a-glance guide to press coverage of Madeleine McCann
SAY the McCanns: “We strongly support and encourage this new initiative to use Facebook to increase awareness of missing children.”

Wherever you are, whatever you are doing, you will know that children go missing.

Although not if you’re watching the TV news of reading the newspapers because Madeleine McCann is no longer in the mass media.

But the campaign has not been in vain. She is on a press release.

And the better news is that no children have gone missing in the past few weeks. We look through the mainstream press every day. It’s a fact. But what of life on the internet?
The statement goes on: “Using the power of social media in this way will undoubtedly capture the attention – and hopefully the help – of a younger population who are a hugely valuable and resourceful group.

“We would urge the millions of Facebook users around the world to keep looking and to do what they can to help bring these children home.”

Missing People has set up a widget for Facebook users to download, which will mean information on current appeals will be displayed on their homepage.

Says missing People Chief Executive Paul Tuohy: “If every Facebook user downloaded our BT-powered application, millions of people internationally could see an appeal that could help us to reunite a family.”

Because BT cares…

Madeleine McCann: Fighting the PR war

Posted: 25th, May 2008 | In: Madeleine McCann, Online-PR Comments (1,240) | TrackBack | Permalink