Consumption Junction
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Consumption Junction
Consumerism meets marketing; who & what manipulates the free market of goods & services. See also: http://www.kitsch-slapped.com/category/ze-big-mouth-promotions-stuff/
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Men, Casinos Are Betting The Pretty Employees Will Screw You Out Of Your Money

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Speaking of those scantily clad casino waitresses... I would like to draw your attention to a pair of studies done regarding men's reactions to pretty and scantily clad women. In the 2003 study, th...

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Shawnee Rivers's curator insight, February 1, 2014 12:57 AM

Even if a man knows he can’t take the sexy casino waitress up to his room, a guy can — and will — dream. And that just helps the house.

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The effects of scantily clad women on (hetero) male wallets

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The Growth Of Mobile Gambling Infographic

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Mobile gambling has grown a lot over the last two years, with reports of up to 150% growth in mobile gambling services in one year. PocketWinnings.com's Mobile Gambling Infographic  

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Sexism In The Gambling Industry

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With all the talk about sexism in gaming, I think it's time to discuss the sexism in gambling. Everyone knows that the number of female gamblers are increasing, just as it is in gaming; but where are the casinos, online or real world destinations, which cater to these women?


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Sexism and gambling: a kind of addiction
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What the Music Business Can Learn From the Gaming and Gambling Industries

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"When it comes making money, the music industry – from labels, to artists, managers, promoters and venues – is stuck in the past. While the industry has embraced digital technology for production and distribution, almost everyone still insists on selling albums and songs. And while the industry continues to plod forward with its model of selling music "products," fans have moved on. They want music for free, but are willing to pay for music 'experiences.'"


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Webgrrl's curator insight, February 5, 2013 4:14 AM

I am a Minnow! ~ First, artists and labels should get comfortable with the fact that some people aren't likely to pay for music, instead relying on radio, YouTube, downloads from friends, etc. But these 'customers' (minnows) are important, because without them, you cannot attract dolphins or whales. Their sheer number means they can support an artist in an important, non-monetary way: influence.

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