NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 26: Justin Bieber promotes his new book 'First Step 2 Forever' at Barnes & Noble, 5th Avenue on November 26, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Jim Spellman/WireImage)
The campaign, Draw Your Line, appears on the "A Thin Line" Facebook page, and offers users who post suggestions on how to "draw the line between digital use and abuse" a chance at a trip to MTV's studios or a personalized Justin Bieber voicemail greeting (let the girlish screaming commence!) More tips from AllFacebook:
Delete it: Delete inappropriate messages or images from your digital devices.
Block it: Block a phone number or online user from sending hurtful or harassing messages.
Change your passwords: Change your passwords on your phone, social networking and email accounts to prevent unwanted access to your accounts.
Speak up: Call out someone who is abusing you or report them to the site administrators, the authorities or a trusted adult.
Get help: Get support from a parent, teacher, friend, online resource or other trusted source if you are being abused.
The Biebs will get a workout. The grand prize for the Facebook contest is a trip for two and backstage passes for a taping of MTV’s “The Seven,” and a voicemail greeting by Bieber, while the three first prize winners will also get a greeting by Bieber. Ten winners will lose out on the personalized message, but will gain 250 Facebook credits.
Definitely a good PR move for Facebook, MTV and Bieber -- although next time, could you try to make it a little sweeter than virtual money, $50 billion Facebook?