As the gaming industry has broadened into the various different sectors, the definition of a ‘gamer’ has lost its defined meaning. In the past, a gamer was an owner of a games console, such as a Sega, Nintendo, PlayStation or Xbox. However, in recent years, technological progression has allowed people to connect to games from a number of different devices.
People can now connect to the various games from the consoles, portable gaming devices (such as PS Vita and Gameboy), online/social games (accessed from web browsers) and smartphones. As you can imagine, there are different demographics of players who like to play on each type of gaming. In this article, we will discuss the definition of the average social gamer, a discovery which you might find slightly surprising… Continue reading →
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Properly managing a social media presence is fundamental to any type of business or maintaining a public image in today’s web-engrossed world. While there are hundreds of articles and books written denoting proper social media conduct, it is also beneficial to learn from people who have seemed to master leveraging social media as a tool.
One group of people who have managed to maximize social media is NBA stars. Below is a list of five tips that we can take away from popular players such as Kobe Bryant and Jeremy Lin in terms of effectively using social media. Continue reading →
Pretend you’re standing on a stage in front of a crowd of 500 people, about to deliver a speech. Imagine that your speech is highly personal, offensive and crude, and is riddled with poor grammar. Now think of the consequences and embarrassment that would follow. When you use any social media site you broadcast an image of yourself to a huge audience, even though you can’t see them. To make sure your online image is pristine avoid these social media mistakes when posting online. Continue reading →
Social media can suck up all your time, especially if you don’t plan ahead or follow the mistakes that many beginners make. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. With the following tips you could soon find social media working for your business and giving you the time for other – often more important – areas.
You need to spend time on your business, not all on social media.
Most of the business owners out there do not properly understand social media so it should come as no surprise to see the fact that many do not want to invest money in the creation of an app. This is something that you might want to consider because really well built apps do help on the long run and you can get better business by basically improving your social media presence together with offering interaction.
Let us go through 5 really simple ways in which you can get better business with the use of Facebook apps. It is a certainty that you will appreciate the fact that you build a better reputation and your brand awareness is automatically increased. Continue reading →
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