internet marketing
1.1K views | +0 today
Follow
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Rescooped by Ravi Bhatia from Contests and Games Revolution
Scoop.it!

Gamification 101: 'Level Up' Your Engagement -

Gamification 101: 'Level Up' Your Engagement - | internet marketing | Scoop.it
Gamification 101: What You Need to Take Engagement to the Next Level
Business 2 Community
Technology is having a huge impact on the way companies engage employees and customers. Enter gamification. What is it and why should you care about it?

Via Martin (Marty) Smith
Ravi Bhatia's insight:

Gamification 101: 'Level Up' Your Engagement

more...
Martin (Marty) Smith's curator insight, March 4, 2014 1:18 AM

Everything is coming up gamification and with good reason - it works. This is NOT to say the application of game theory is easy, but gamification is lexicon we must have in our Internet marketing vocabularies.

Rescooped by Ravi Bhatia from Real Estate Marketing
Scoop.it!

EA Founder Trip Hawkins Raises $6.5m for "If You Can" Learning Games

EA Founder Trip Hawkins Raises $6.5m for "If You Can" Learning Games | internet marketing | Scoop.it

Big-bucks Silicon Valley VC backing for company whose first iPad game, IF, launched earlier in the week. By Stuart Dredge.

Ronald Bannon M.B.A., Adm.A., F.C.M.C.'s insight:

Games industry veteran Trip Hawkins has raised $6.5m of venture capital funding for his latest startup, educational games maker If You Can Company. The firm, whose development team is based in London, released its first iPad game earlier in the week. The game – IF... – aims to teach children social and emotional skills through play.

Marty
Educational mobile games is a MAJOR trend. Won;'t be the last money raised here. Good insight by @Ronald Bannon MBA, C.Adm., FCMC


Via Ronald Bannon MBA, C.Adm., FCMC, Martin (Marty) Smith, Ravi Bhatia
more...
Ronald Bannon MBA, C.Adm., FCMC's curator insight, February 26, 2014 7:49 AM

Games industry veteran Trip Hawkins has raised $6.5m of venture capital funding for his latest startup, educational games maker If You Can Company. The firm, whose development team is based in London, released its first iPad game earlier in the week. The game – IF... – aims to teach children social and emotional skills through play.