TeachAids and StumbleUpon have partnered together to promote HIV and AIDS education on December 1, 2011. StumbleUpon is a discovery engine that recommends the best web and mobile content for each user. Stumblers interested in AIDS education topics will get the chance to “stumble upon” a short quiz to test their knowledge about HIV and AIDS and enter for a chance to win an iPod Nano. Additionally, anyone can view the quiz by following the TeachAids Channelon StumbleUpon. The quiz will be posted on World AIDS Day, so check back then to see how you do.
With more than 20 million users and 1 billion personalized recommendations per month, StumbleUpon is the leading way to discover content and information that informs, delights and surprises. In addition, more than 60,000 marketers have used StumbleUpon’s Paid Discovery platform to promote products and services. StumbleUpon is based in San Francisco and backed by some of the same investors behind Google and Facebook.
We would like to thank StumbleUpon for their support and efforts to promote HIV and AIDS awareness.