Can social rewards benefit brands and consumers?
The Israeli Defense Force has, in the most egregious display of death-worshipping idiocy I've ever seen, gamified its war blog, giving visitors badges and points for tweeting, sharing, and otherwise spreading the word about Israel's war on terror.
The new Badgeville Embed offers an easy-to-implement version of Badgeville's player-behavior tools.
So you have a million likes on Facebook and your latest sweet nothing on Twitter was retweeted 10,000 times. How many dollars found their convoluted ways through all those pipes and tubes into your pocket?
The app for gamifying sales was so successful that it led to spinout.
Fitness Interactive Experience will be launching a beta version of its first fitness game soon.
Kapitall is one of many gamified services that are taking game-like behavior to non-game applications.
Claritics supplies the intelligence, while Badgeville brings the platform.
If you score high on this simulation, you can maximize net income for your bank from debt collections.
Beat the GMAT built a loyal following of influential site visitors over the past five years.
Novusport measures and ranks your activity. The more you play sports, the more you score.
It's not easy being green, Kermit the Frog sang. A startup called Sure has a way to make it easier: Give people points for making green lifestyle choices.
Social radio platform Jelli raises $9 million in its second round of funding
Adults have FitBit, Fuelband -- maybe someday again -- Jawbone UP. Kids now have Zamzee.
Six gamification experts tell us what they think about how to properly motivate people through game-like activities.Here's part two of the panel.
Predictions from gamification experts on where it will go next.
Bunchball has upgraded its Nitro gamification for Salesforce.com, making it easier to use and customize.
Badgeville is gamifying sales teams with a new app for Salesforce.com.
Guest Post When you visit LinkedIn, one of the most ominous features encouraging profile completion is the progress bar telling you that your profile has a long way to go before you’re complete. This very basic example of "gamification" has helped LinkedIn efficiently grow its global user base with relevant, accurate and high-value data.
Rachel Cook at the team at Seeds are raising money via crowdfunding to gamify micro-lending.