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Good infographic on the intersection of Gaming & Digital Marketing

I came across this today. Interesting stuff. It’s focused on console and device games – ie: Xbox / Android / etc – but for anyone interested in the space there are some interesting stats there. Will be interesting to see how the Mobile VS Desktop spend pans out over time… Advertisements

Genius work on where brands sit in the Social Media space.

I came across this today, for the first time – and felt that it’s something that should be viewed by anyone who’s got an interest on the intersection of Brand / Online / Social Media / PR 2.0. When looking at it – the question you should be asking yourself (if you are an online … Continue reading

Infograph: Good common sense infograph on building a Twitter following.

With thanks to: http://twiends.com/

#Eurovision: What’s #blue and can’t sing?

If you clicked through from Twitter, you’ll get this joke. If not – why didn’t you? I’ll be back to actually relevant online blogging tomorrow. Make sure to follow me on: http://twitter.com/betonliamcasey If a tasteless Blue joke didn’t float your boat – why not see if #eurovision / #jedward / #wastemytime is trending on the … Continue reading

Green buttons. Coming soon to a website near you. I bet.

Slightly random post this, as I was looking at a beta version of a new product vertical that we’re launching on Monday. Where have all the green buttons come from? It’s been a little while since I haven’t had to be 100% hands on with all the bells & whistles in terms of getting a … Continue reading

Judge orders end to NFL lockout. $9 billion still up for grabs. Ouch.

So, for those of you that aren’t into American sport – you may not be aware that one of the biggest commercial cases in terms of player power VS owner power has been playing out over the last few months. It’s the NFL lockout, and there are a lot of dollars involved. (And I’ve put … Continue reading

Canadian media does in-depth profile on elusive Pokerstars founder

The Canadian broadsheet “The Globe and Mail” has put together a piece on the founder of Pokerstars, Isai Scheinberg. It’s not particularly in-depth, but the the fact that they’ve managed to find out much at all, shows the level of mainstream media interest in the current Poker case. The Globe and Mail compares the Scheinberg … Continue reading

Full Tilt, PokerStars and Absolute Poker: Domain update

Breaking news: The DoJ is going to return the suspended domain names, in the recent FTP/Pokerstars/UB case. It’s supposedly to allow the companies to facilitate withdrawals and payments back to US players that are looking like they could be waiting until the case is resolved – before they’d get their funds. A full news release … Continue reading

Google insists on not including “do not track”. Is it kinda evil?

In a previous post I talked about how browser companies, and specifically how Google, were not going to be keen to see legislation introduced that allowed online consumers to opt-out of tracking / cookie storage / etc. I also pointed out that there’d probably be some interesting statements coming out from these companies in terms … Continue reading

Buy Paddy Power shares. Their site doesn’t work.

Quick post: If a brand has cornered market share in their home market, and the site goes down becuase it was the “busiest day ever” – then something tells me that business is good. And if they are publicly-quoted company, you can be part of the business. Guess what? Their shares went up 1% today … Continue reading

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