With the global game industry expected to grow from $52 billion in 2011 to $70 billion in 2017, according to DFC Intelligence, and social and mobile games making up a larger and larger portion of that business, there are more opportunities than ever to develop games that not only entertain, but tap into this extraordinary cross-platform revenue potential.
Whether or not you "like" marketing your business on Facebook, your users want to do much more than "like" your business in return. They want to be engaged. Though marketing on the world's largest social network is no game, infusing your campaign with gamified elements is one of the best ways to get ahead. Installing gamification at the center of your strategy drives usage and bridges the gap between clicks and meaningful activity, building both community and a healthy content stream.