Content Gamification Defined
Content Gamification Defined shares a beautiful example of content gamification form Moon-Audio.com and our 3 word and 4 slide explanation on Behance.
Content Gamification is the infusion of game theory into content marketing’s creation, mapping, and tracking. When John Gage said the network is the computer he meant the bits and bytes of computers connected to Metcalfe’s law – the value of any network is square its members. Content Gamification is about how to add people, customers, and collaborators into Gage’s system to harness the power of Metcalfe’s law.
Content Gamification in 3 Words
Heroes, Games, and Adventure, are the three words we used to describe our new Community In A Box tool for online merchants on Behance. If your content, much like your life, isn’t what David Brooks calls “eulogy” worthy you are kidding yourself.
Nothing short of GREAT and HEROIC works these days in case that memo hasn’t reached your C-level executives. If you aren’t a HERO in your marketing, who is and will you ever become one? No is the answer, but maybe it’s more important to be HEROIC by valuing others, collaborating and playing an entertaining game TOGETHER these days.
Who climbs the crazy, ever-changing, Mt. Everest of digital marketing alone anymore? Answer: No one. Games are means to our greater ends. When we play games together, we grow, learn and love together.
Games are adventures too, experiences we take with friends, family, and coworkers. We all have “networks that matter”, channels where our passion, art and love flourish, is appreciated and welcome. Yeah, Community In A Box does that :). Marty[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_column_text]
Community In A Box is Hero Marketing
See a beautiful example of content
gamification in Moon-Audio.com’s
Dragon Egg Hunt.
We left a slide out of our Behance presentation.
This “Secret Slide” is the key that makes
Community In A Box So powerful.
Guess what the Secret Slide is and we will
install CIAB for free on your website.
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