Hsinchu, Taiwan – (August 13, 2008) – Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the
independent world leader in memory products, today announced the launch of the
Kingston Blog (www.kingston-blog.com), a platform where end customers can get
access to the latest information about Kingston and share their experiences of
using Kingston’s products. Kingston officially joins the blogosphere to directly
talk and listen to the end customers. From August 11th, the Kingston Blog will
be available in English and Traditional Chinese language versions and target the
online users in APAC region.
Kingston is even taking a bold move on the marketing strategy by offering
virtual currency on Kingston Blog, K-Bi, to encourage the cyber citizens to
share their thoughts or comments on Kingston products and services. Any
effective posts or threads on Kingston Blog will be rewarded by its administer
with “K-Bi”. “K-Bi” is not exchangeable and refundable and only can be used to
claim the valuable items listed on Kingston Blog.
In order to attract a huge traffic, Kingston Blog is launching striking
promotional events from August 11th to August 31st. The detail is as the
following, ~Win K-Bi. Take Prizes Home ~
From 11th August to 16th August 2008, Kingston sincerely invites you to join
Kingston Blog and become our member. During this promotion period, every
registered member can get 300 K-Bi. Any member who posts the congrat
successfully will stand a chance of winning a great prize of “K-Bi”.
First Prize: 2000 K-Bi x1;
Second Prize: 1000 K-Bi x1;
Third Prize: 500 K-Bi x1;
Forth Prize: 300 K-Bi x1;
~Share with Kingston and Double Your K-Bi~
From 17th August to 31st August 2008, any member who posts on sharing the
experience about using Kingston products will get a double “K-Bi” reward.
“The new Kingston Blog is a channel for the end customers to voice themselves.
By listening directly to end customers through digital-community tools and
networks, Kingston can deliver better, more customized products and a superior
service,” said Wei Wei Yin, Marketing Director of APAC Region, Kingston.
“Kingston official site will continue its service. At the same time, Kingston
Blog is representing Kingston’s spirit of communication and flexibility.”
For more detailed information, please visit the Kingston Blog at: