Taking Luck Viral: Internal/External Social Marketing for Businesses Via Games of Chance

Colors flash brightly in a spinning circle. Slowly, the noise of the crowd lessens as the clicking of the wheel grows slower, ending with an “oooh!” as the prize is revealed. Everyone laughs and cheers. “Hey, I just won a free dessert!”
“I just won a t-shirt!”
“I won two days vacation!”
“I won a car!”
“I got a mug!”
“I get a 50{d7041c4e6afa026de24506851a219ca5610a5f906e2b398ac18672c13da8fb92} discount!”
Granted, most people won’t be nearly as excited about the mug as they would about the car, but on some level the initial excitement – before the prize – is the same. As is the thought that, perhaps next time, that mug will stay on the table, and they’ll drive off in the car. They’ll remember it every time they look at that mug.
Games of chance are becomingly increasingly popular as both internal and external marketing avenues for businesses. Part of the attraction is …

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The Sandy Bridge E – The Best Computer Gaming Processor on the Market Today!

The long time leader in computer processing is now out doing it self. Intel hit a home run with its Sandy Bridge processors in 2009, and now they are stepping their game up even more with the newest Sandy Bridge E. In a tech world now dominated by numerous cores and overclocking, this CPU is a computer builders dream come true. Performance wise Intel has forever dominated rival AMD. AMD has been a favorite for budget buyers, but any one looking to build a super performing machine has always steered towards Intel. With so many new updates from the second generation Sandy Bridge that released at the beginning of 2010, one can see that Intel has outdone itself this time.
Noticeable improvements include the appearance of six cores with up to 12 threads, up to 15 MB cache, 4 memory channels, and PCIe 3. 0. as opposed to the top …

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The Joy Of Smartphone Games

Knowing that the electronic market brings more and more complex and expensive gaming consoles on a daily basis and that they are not always easy to purchase I want to remind you of the good old mobile phone games and the ease of playing one on one of the most popular handheld devices we know.
The mobile phones always tried to offer an entertaining part to the devices aside from the utility features. The manufacturers started introducing games in the mobile phones menus almost ten years ago, because they knew that the phone should offer a more vast and entertaining experience than a simple communication device. I am absolutely sure that you played Snake at least ten times in your life.
Throughout the years the mobile phone games also became more complex and more fun to play in a parallel growth with the smartphone technology but the advantage of these …

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