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(09-20-2021, 09:57 PM)Notend Wrote: [ -> ]Good afternoon, I'm new to the forum. I want to try to play with you in the game called Interesting news. Can someone know such?

It's Not Just Fun and Games
Chris Gilmer over at the Search Engine Marketing Weblog wrote about Blingo over the weekend. The year-old search engine delivers Google results, but then also randomly picks users as winners – so every time you search you have a chance to win. Chris writes, “I’m still not convinced whether I like this or not. It’s cool that they offer prizes for searching, but is it really necessary?”

While I was at About.com, my team ran a number of promotions both for our online and e-mail newsletter properties, as well as for those within greater Primedia’s. And the basic lesson which we learned is that online contests and promotions work. Consumers will respond to online contests, if architected correctly, in a very strong and meaningful way.

However, I would make one distinction with the implementation of contests/giveaways, which is between those for attracting and those for sustaining users. My experience is that promotions of this kind are better at the former. With a perceived value in participating in contests, people are more likely to try a new service that they haven’t in the past. They provide an extra nudge to push through any friction points inhibiting users from being attracted to and taking the desired action. In fact, in the race to acquire audience and users for Web 2.0 offerings, I think that contests are an underutilized tool which would help these offerings leap from “digerati-facing” to truly “consumer-facing” services.

On the other side, using contests to sustain usage is more difficult. Over time, as users fail to win prizes, the perceived value of a promotion wanes, even though the economic expected value of the offer remains constant.

Consequently, the challenge for Blingo (as I see it) isn’t necessarily attracting users (which they’ve accomplished successfully), but rather maintaining consistent usage over the long term when their offering is commoditized. Perhaps other emerging web services vpn for android phone which do have a differentiated offering, but are struggling for a true consumer audience, could employ some of these tactics to broaden their exposure.

Web Innovators Group - New Site
Given the success of our previous events, I am excited to announce that we’ve relaunched the Web Innovators Group (WebInno) website and set the details for our next gathering.

I’d highly recommend checking it out. (A special thanks goes to Ryan Sarver of Qiio for his help in designing and creating the site). With an updated look & feel, as well as a dedicated blog and wiki, we now have a richer set of tools for communicating about the group and our events. Rather than continually announce upcoming meetings here on the Genuine VC blog, future WebInno event information will be found on the group’s blog. Both there and on the home page, you can subscribe to updates either via e-mail or RSS feeds.

Secondly, we’ve set the details for our upcoming meeting. In order to accommodate the larger demand, as previous venues were leaving us space-constrained, we’ve moved locations to a conference room at Hotel @ MIT.
I have been laying games online for a long time now. I love playing games, but the most favorite online game that I like to play and is also interesting is Osu!. Great rhythm game! Has a whole pile of songs that you can play, If you like a song, chances are it's already there and ready to be played.
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