Startups live and breath by their ability of marketing themselves to the world. Startups depend on their customer acquisition growth. The better crowd they manage to gather around their new thing, the more attention they would get. Eespecially startups with little to no marketing budgets are the ones that rapidly implement the growth hacking techniques. If you aren’t yet aware of the basic principle of what this growth hacking is all about, you can read the Intro to Growth Hacking here at ShoutMeLoud . This technique of Growth Hacking has been so widely accepted among the rising startups that companies have started hiring growth hackers. We have already seen what differentiates a growth hacker from a marketer and you can visit the link above if you haven’t yet! Rising the viral co-efficient of a startup is the primary concern of a growth hacker. As the say goes, ‘Learn from the Masters’, here we have gathered a few Blogs, Websites, Personal blogs and … [Read more...] about 5 Growth Hacking Blogs You Must Subscribe To
With the constant clamoring from fans for Daybreak (or someone) to create an honest-to-goodness next-gen sequel to the EverQuest franchise, you’d hope that it would actually happen someday. Obviously EverQuest Next itself didn’t pan out — not that everyone considered that title a sequel or even deserving of the EQ name. But it was impossible not to find a glimmer of hope at the news that Daybreak was hiring for positions involving a new game. And then even that tiny flame of hope was snuffed out. The upcoming unannounced title is apparently a first-person shooter, a multi-platform FPS. That doesn’t sound very compatible with the Norrath people want. But that doesn’t mean it won’t be the Norrath people get! Now before you hyperventilate: This is just speculation. I know EQIII the FPS is a longshot. If it has any ties to Daybreak’s existing portfolio at all, the new game is much more likely to be related … [Read more...] about EverQuesting: Could Daybreak’s new FPS be an EverQuest?
The third Halloween-themed mission for World of Warships has begun and brings with it one of the most requested features: Submarines. The new mission is entitled “Terror of the Deep” and has players submerging into the deep and tasks them with a new dimension of tactical movement in depth. This spooky new operation will run until November 15, giving players two weeks to take on this new challenge and become skilled commanders of this latest addition to World of Warships. There will be five different submarines, each with their own unique commanders and loadouts to use during the operation: Barracuda (Commander: Victor F. Einstein) Zipper Sub (Commander: Mina Hurray) Gerfalcon (Commander: Ivan K. Ulibin) Seelöwe (Commander: Lazarus Centurio) Killer Whale (Commander: Klaus V. Teslau) Their ultimate goal is to defeat the villainous Rasputin, the force behind the twisted spooky look to the world. Players start at their home port with the Barracuda, … [Read more...] about World of Warships Features Sinister Submarines Stalking the Seas Starting Today
Starting today, the third mission in World of Warships’ Halloween series of events is available, bringing with it one of the most requested and anticipated features in the game’s history: submarines. The new mission, “Terror of the Deep,” puts players into these submerged steel beasts and tasks them with mastering a whole new dimension of strategic movement: depth! This spooky new operation will run until November 15, giving players two weeks to take on this new challenge and become skilled commanders of this latest addition to World of Warships. There will be five different submarines, each with their own unique commanders and loadouts to use during the operation: Barracuda (Commander: Victor F. Einstein) Zipper Sub (Commander: Mina Hurray) Gerfalcon (Commander: Ivan K. Ulibin) Seelöwe (Commander: Lazarus Centurio) Killer Whale (Commander: Klaus V. Teslau) These seafaring commanders and their subs are on a mission to fend off the … [Read more...] about Sinister Submarines Stalk the Seas in World of Warships
My.com is proud to announce that since the launch of Warface for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this September, the popular free-to-play first person shooter has obtained 5 million registered console players. In light of this milestone, My.com announced the release of the Cold Peak update for PlayStation 4 and release for the Xbox One this November 27th. This marks the latest addition to Warface’s consistent offerings of monthly free content updates for its console community. “Warface continues to grow in the console market. In the first week after the official release, more than 1,300,000 players from all over the world have started playing the PS version, and now the number of players on both platforms reached more than 5 million,” said Ivan Pobyarzhin, producer on the Warface Franchise. “The team continues to work hard on the development of the project to provide even more Warface to our players.” Since the launch of the console … [Read more...] about Warface Has Hit The 5 Million Player Mark On Consoles