CAMBRIDGE, MA--(Marketwired - Feb 13, 2014) - Aerva's Pic2Screen "Share Your Luv" campaign allows anyone in the world to declare their love this Valentine's Day. By tweeting a picture to @AervaNYC or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, participants will find their photos on a Times Square Clear Channel Spectacolor billboard and receive a free digital keepsake photo as a Valentine's Day memento.
It's free and easy to participate. Simply take a photo using your mobile device, include a short caption in the tweet or email, and submit! Approved photos will be displayed on the Times Square digital billboard.
Once displayed, a link to your personal Valentine's Day photo, taken from high above Times Square, will be returned to you as a testament to your love. The Keepsake photo can be shared with your friends and family across your social networks like Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or Pinterest or downloaded directly through various one-touch sharing icons.
Aerva's Valentine's Day Online Keepsake Gallery, on the Aerva website, allows you to view all submitted images and vote for the best image on the "Wall of Love."
"New York City is the romance capital of the world and Times Square, with its palpable energy and intensity, is the city's heart. Aerva and Clear Channel Spectacolor invite you to share your 'luv' this Valentine's Day and be featured in this dazzling and iconic destination," said Sanjay Manandhar, CEO and founder, Aerva.
Aerva's marketing technology software platform helps brands engage customers one-on-one by incorporating interactivity into their multi-channel campaigns. This SaaS platform integrates social and user-generated content across clients' Paid, Owned and Earned media channels, to provide a cohesive and engaging personal brand experience for consumers. Aerva's platforms offer a suite of software and services for creating, managing, delivering compelling content and experiences across digital media channels. Recent clients include HTC, Taco Bell, Beats by Dre, P&G, and Viacom. Aerva was born out of MIT and raised in Cambridge's Central Square. For more information visit www.aerva.com.