News and Articles About Gamification
Gamification expert Gabe Zichermann offers tips and tools for 'gamifying' elements of your online business.
Don't think gamification is right for you? Expert Gabe Zichermann says using online and offline gaming elements can improve engagement for all types of businesses.
Think badges and contests are all you need to create long-term engagement? Gamification expert Gabe Zichermann says think again.
Unless your business involves some type of real-life gaming, you might not want to invest your time and money trying to create the next viral game for your startup.
Gabe Zichermann explains how offering customers and employees what they want through gamification can create long-term engagement.
The future of gamification could include 'playbor' (play plus labor) and 'weisure' (work plus leisure).
Gabe Zichermann offers examples of how gaming elements can help retail owners engage with customers and market their businesses.
Here are real-world examples of how companies have seen big results from adding gaming elements to their online and offline campaigns.
A look at three tools that can help you harness the power of gamification for your business.
Think you need to be a tech whiz to add game mechanics to your site? Think again. Here are five resources to consider.
When winning isn't enough, Kiip offers mobile gamers real-world rewards for virtual triumphs--a win-win for developers and advertisers
Here's a look at how major brands have found success implementing online games and the lessons they learned along the way.
In our piece on hot tech trends, we explained the cloud, crowdsourcing and other tricky terms. Now, we tackle those big concept buzzwords that likely get thrown around your office.
A Princeton dropout makes waves with mobile gaming and payment services.
A look at the growth spurt of this tech startup, plus the founders' advice on how you can stay ahead of the curve, too.
From have it your way to make it your way to go your own way, a look at the trends defining opportunity next year.
Kiip relies on the games we play to connect marketers with potential customers.