Gamification expert Tony Ventrice, a senior game designer at Badgeville, offers examples of good and bad uses of gamification by brands such as Yelp during a meeting of the Social Media Breakfast Club.
Now that the table has been set, what’s next for geolocation? Is it all about Foursquare, Yelp, yawn and go home? I don’t think so. Instead, we’re seeing geolocation begin to splinter into niches and verticals.
For years, entrepreneurs, tech observers and funders have known two things about the geolocation space: It holds an enormous amount of promise, and it’s taking an awfully long time to get there. Here’s a look back at pioneering geolocation site Platial and the current state of geoloco apps, sites and services.
The social media landscape has undergone enormous changes in recent years. With 2013 fast approaching, we thought this would be a good time to offer our forecasts into what the next year may hold in store for social media, mobile, social businesses and more.
Snoox, a new social recommendations engine has launched and is showcasing the power of peer recommendations. Snoox aspires to be a social application that helps users to share recommendations for the things they love and to find the best of everything.