Pokestops

  • Is the Gaming Industry the Next Big Marketing Channel?

    … Traditional marketing channels have broadened considerably in the past decade. Now, in addition to websites, Facebook, direct mail and more, cross-channel marketing also includes applications such as Snapchat, Instagram and Twitter. Still, everyone is always on the lookout for the next big marketing channel to emerge–and everyone should…

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  • Pokemon Go: The Accidental Social Media Sensation

    … are gathering in cities ranging from New York to San Francisco in order to play organized sessions together. About 9,000 people gathered in San Francisco to play Pokemon Go–an event that originated as a Facebook event page. Thousands more have played the game around the world, including in cities such as Madrid. The game has become a means for people to meet…

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  • Gotta Catch ‘Em All: The Captivating PR of Pokemon Go

    … the game’s release, according to Fortune. Aside from timing the release of Pokemon Go perfectly, Nintendo and Niantic have created a marketing frenzy for landmarks and stores around the world. Within the game, certain locations are dubbed “Pokestops,” where users can reload their Pokeballs, find other goodie, and enter trainer gyms to train…

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  • Yelp Update Helps Pokemon Go Users Find Nearby PokeStops

    … In response to the massive success of Pokemon Go, Yelp added a PokeStop filter to its mobile app and website, allowing users to filter their business search results based on whether businesses are near PokeStops. Pokemon Go’s location-based gameplay allows users to collect items like Poke Balls and Pokemon Eggs at PokesStops, which are attached…

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