Sunday, February 5, 2012

2013 PROMO: BIZ: Synergy. Dranopia. Dragons. Rideable. Breedable. A game or two

Synergy. Dranopia. Dragons. 
Rideable.  Breedable. A game or two?
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Dragon quest is a game
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http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Virtual%20Services/117/133/205
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Game review here
Dranopia Quest
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Smart marketing
The freemium model.
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Yes, there are prizes 
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You need a dragon to play.
Try the egg.
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There is a web site.
http://www.dranopia.com/
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The egg will produce a dragon 
for you to ride
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There are different kinds of dragons. 
Read the instructions on the wall before you choose.
And read about how to play the game.
How to play
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Fly through the arch 
with the red letters
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That starts the game
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The instructions told you what to do next
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You don't have to get it right the first time.
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Dangerous creatures in the canyon

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But wait!  There's more
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You can have a dragon of your own
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The island of Dranopia
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Dranopia welcome center  
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http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Sculptie%20Wonder/214/13/22
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On Dranopia you can buy a dragon.  Or a breeding dragon pair. 
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Learn about the natural history of dragons 
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And buy your breeding pair 
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At the Dranopia shopping center
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Sculptie%20Wonder/90/72/1021
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Smart marketing
  • The game draws people.
  • The freemium model.
  • The product is used in the game.
  • The game offers a direct link to the product.
  • The product is also game-like.
  • The product can be enhanced in  a group or other social media.
  • The product lines invite continuing purchases.
  • The products can be replicated at no cost to the company.
  • Marketing is almost the only cost. 
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