Five tips for creating successful social slots Casino & games AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Guy Hasson gives casinos wanting to also engage their players away from their physical locations some useful advice on getting started in the world of social slots.Social slots are cropping all over the place. Real-money casinos with real-money games are creating social games to increase their players’ loyalty, time on machine (even if it’s just a virtual machine), monetisation and more.And yet, it’s a tricky path to walk. The social world plays by different rules, real money casino players like different things when playing online, and sometimes you don’t even have permission to use your actual games in your app.You want to focus on your loyal players, those who live nearby and visit your establishment once or twice a week. And you want to give them an extra experience of your casino while they are at home.Here are five tips that should help you create an app that does exactly that:Tip #1: realise why your KPIs are going to be skewed Your KPIs are going to be skewed. If you take a look at monetisation and retention numbers from across the social slot world, it is basically guaranteed you won’t get the same numbers. Working by those standards will lead to bad decisions.The important thing is to understand why your KPIs are skewed. The truth is actually good for you: your audience already likes you. Any other new social game has to get players to learn the trust the new game, a process which may take months. But you are aiming at your existing players, players who are loyal to you and like your games.Therefore, if you market to your audience, your open rate should be much higher than a social game’s open rate. Your retention rates should also be higher. Your monetisation rates will vary from the norm – although which way they will vary depends on what you do in the game.Tip #2: learn how to adapt if you can’t use your casino’s games You will surely have legal permission to allow players to play your games in your casino, but you don’t necessarily have the permission to use those games in your app. That puts you in a bind. You want to give your loyal players the opportunity to play the games they like at home. If they can’t play them, what’s the point, right? Wrong.Here’s how you adapt: look at the stats for which games are hottest in your casinos and find games you are allowed to use that fit the patterns that you see. For example, say your top game is a game with an Asian theme with animals, and the main color is red.Find a game you’re allowed to use that is as similar to that as possible: Asian theme with animals, and if you have roughly the same graphic style and color, then take that one. In this case, you want to match the graphic experience first. That will give players the feeling they are playing similar enough games.The mathematical experience (RTP, volatility, etc.) doesn’t have to match the games. Just make sure that the mathematical experiences players like also exist in the games you offer. Tip #3: transfer the physical casino experience into the app Can you put real pictures of your casino in your app? If so, do it. Can you dress your hosts and hostesses in the same way they dress in the casino? Again, if so do it. Is your casino split into areas? Split your app into areas as well.Are there specific sounds that appear in your casinos? Specific names to specific areas? Specific words the hosts use? Adapt as many of those as possible. Can you insert a video introduction in which the players walk through your casino? In short, do everything you can to give the player the feeling they are in the place they like, that they are at home.Tip #4: give your players physical perks Your players can now play your games at home. Give them a reason to come back to your real world casino. Maybe chips, towels, something from the gift shop — anything that you can offer and that it is legal for you to offer.The money you ‘lose’ in giving them gifts is actually money gained, since none of your players will walk into a casino, get one free thing, and walk back out. Anything that brings them back is money you will earn.Tip #5: never cheat Obviously, you won’t cheat to make players lose their money. But don’t cheat to make them gain money either. Don’t give them a big win in the beginning. Don’t give them a positive experience you control when they enter your game.Players who see that you cheat — and some always will — will think that if you cheat in their favor, you will cheat in your favor as well, later on. That will burn your game, and it may burn your casino as well. Simply rely on the math and on tip #1: your players already like you, they want to like your game, so give them the games with their actual math, and never ever cheat.Creating an app requires a lot more considerations in terms of the various gamification tools — anything from jackpots to tournaments to more complex features — and thinking about how your players will like them. You need to know how to build your economy based on existing games, an economy that brings people back to the casino and not just to the game. These five tips are the building blocks on which you can build your app.Guy Hasson worked for Playtech for three years before becoming Playtika’s Content Manager, responsible for the content of Slotomania and Caesars Casino. He is now a social slot consultant, specializing in game popularity. 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Health charities dominate Irish charity income list Howard Lake | 28 February 2014 | News 24 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Tagged with: Ireland Research / statistics AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis A list compiled of the biggest charities in Ireland by Boardmatch Ireland is dominated by health organisations.Topping the list by income is St Vincent’s Health Care which had income of €363 million in 2011, followed by the Mater University Hospital with an income of €258 million.The top four charities are all hospitals with the Rehab Group, with an income of €177 million, fifth on the list. The Rehab Group provides services to people with disability in Ireland, the UK and Poland. Another organisation affiliated to the Rehab Group, RehabCare, appears on the list with an income of €45 million.The CEO of Rehab appeared before the Irish Dail’s public accounts committee yesterday to answer questions about the level of her salary.Nearly all the charities on the list receive significant public funding as well as raising funds from the public. For the most part, public funding is the largest percentage of the organisations’ income.Development charity Concern Worldwide appears sixth on the list (income €160 million). Also on the list is Goal with an income €61 million.Boardmatch Ireland helps the development of the community and voluntary sector by strengthening boards and management committees. About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Fundraisers and fundraising consultants have been quick to offer advice and context on the challenge faced by fundraisers amid the global pandemic that coronavirus represents. Here are a few of the early commentaries published in March before the UK government issued its remain-at-home policy. Howard Lake | 24 March 2020 | News Tagged with: coronavirus COVID-19 87 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 7. How philanthropists should respond to coronavirusNPC have put together a detailed and considered analysis of the current challenges to charities and how the sector and philanthropists might respond. Read How philanthropists should respond to coronavirus.this @NPCthinks resource on how philanthropists should respond to COVID-19 is an excellent primer on so many issues: https://t.co/sBb27Fpi11— Alex van Vliet (@alex_vanvliet) March 24, 2020 4. Sean TrinerMoceanic’s Sean Triner shares his thoughts on what you should be focusing on now. 86 total views, 2 views today 5. Mike DuerksenMike offers two simple but essential elements of advice.If you run a #nonprofit you have two main responsibilities in the face of #COVID19:1) To keep your donors, volunteers and staff safe. That means, CANCEL your events. Flatten the curve.2) To advance your mission. That means, DON’T CANCEL fundraising. https://t.co/FsCF7u0U7I— Mike Duerksen ? (@mikeduerksen) March 11, 2020 8. Jason PottsJason Potts of THINK Digital questioned how long coronavirus itself would be the prime concern of individuals and supporters.By looking at the incidence of certain search terms globally he concluded that, despite the great rise in mention of ‘coronavirus’ in search terms, it wasn’t resulting in a reduction in the searches on other key issues that charities face such as climate crisis, refugees, famine and poverty. 1. COVID-19 Doesn’t Need To Slow You DownKris Putnam-Walkerly argues in Forbes that philanthropic conversations and activity can still take place even when face-to-face meetings are not an option. 3. Claire AxelrodWhile You Have Lemons, Make Lemonade. #Fundraising in a time of coronavirus https://t.co/wHhxtFeeBd— Claire Axelrad (@CharityClairity) March 16, 2020 2. Damian O’Broin’s listDamian collates advice from Moceanic’s Sean Triner, Michael Rosen, Howard Lake, Marc Pitman and The Agitator. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 6. Tobin AldrichFundraising consultant Tobin Aldrich reminds us that some of us have been through unexpected and difficult times before. “Think of 9/11, the Boxing Day tsunami, the 2008 crash , we have experienced rapidly changing situations before.”He added that the public will give in response to this pandemic, commenting: “The Chinese public spontaneously gave enormous sums to organisations working to battle the virus, one charity in Wuhan reportedly received over $300m in a few weeks.” A proper crisis https://t.co/MNqrt6rzV2— Tobin Aldrich (@tobinaldrich) March 15, 2020He concludes: “Pretty much the whole population is going to be stuck at home pretty soon with nothing to do but..go online. Now digital fundraising, this is your time.” Fundraisers share advice on dealing with the coronavirus pandemic
Organisation To implement these restrictions, Facebook is using machine-learning tools to identify news content publishers but this has had the collateral effect of blocking other kinds of content, including the pages of several NGOs such as RSF, public health bodies, governmental institutions and even entities that handle emergencies. Mongolia : RSF urges presidential candidates to voice support for press freedom Facebook carried out its threat. In response to the Australian government’s plan to make platforms pay media outlets, Facebook has blocked the sharing of journalistic content in Australia. Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns this decision, which impacts the reliability and pluralism of the information available on this social media platform. RSF_en News News China: Political commentator sentenced to eight months in prison Pakistani TV anchor censored after denouncing violence against journalists Receive email alerts Facebook’s response, called the “nuclear option” by The Australian daily newspaper, is radical. Australian media can no longer share or post content on their Facebook pages, while users in Australia can no longer see or share links to news on the platform, whether Australian or international news. Facebook has not as yet responded to RSF’s questions. News “No posts yet” is the message that the Facebook pages of the Australian media have been showing since 17 February. This blackout is deliberate. Facebook announced on 17 February that it would “restrict publishers and people in Australia from sharing or viewing Australian and international news content.” Follow the news on Asia – Pacific Help by sharing this information AustraliaUnited StatesAsia – PacificAmericas Online freedoms InternetFreedom of expression to go further June 7, 2021 Find out more “Facebook is abusing its dominant position to defend its economic interests at the expense of online news reliability and pluralism,” said Iris de Villars, the head of RSF’s Tech Desk. “Regardless of the proposed law being discussed, these restrictions affect the ability of Australian citizens to access reliable and independent information on this platform. We urge Facebook to reverse this decision, which totally contradicts its pledges to combat disinformation.” The decision was taken in reaction to the Australian government’s proposed “News Media Bargaining Code,” under which platforms such as Facebook and Google would have to pay Australian media outlets for the content they display. News June 2, 2021 Find out more AustraliaUnited StatesAsia – PacificAmericas Online freedoms InternetFreedom of expression February 22, 2021 RSF condemns Facebook’s blocking of journalistic content in Australia June 2, 2021 Find out more
Letterform expert and Professor Leah Toby Hoffmitz Milken works with a student at Art Center College of Design where she taught for more than 20 years. Â© Copyright Steven A. Heller and Art Center College of DesignArt Center College of Design Professor Leah Toby Hoffmitz Milken with faculty colleagues Ramone Munoz (left) and Stan Kong (right). Photo courtesy Art Center College of DesignToday Art Center College of Design announced a $2 million gift to the College from the Lowell Milken Family Foundation in honor of legendary Professor Leah Toby Hoffmitz Milken who passed away on October 25 after an extended illness. The commitment will establish the Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography to advance the research, teaching and understanding of letterform design and typography. Recognizing typography as a vital component of our visual culture, the College has been developing plans to make Art Center a central influential force in this field. The Foundationâ€™s gift helped turn those plans into reality.â€œLeahâ€™s expertise in typography and her gifts as a teacher will be deeply missed by our community,â€ said Lorne M. Buchman, president of Art Center College of Design. â€œWe have both the desire and responsibility to build on her legacy in a meaningful way through the Hoffmitz Milken Center and its programmingâ€”the focus of which is unique in higher education,â€ he said. â€œWe are most grateful to the Foundation for providing this tremendous opportunity to accomplish this long-envisioned goal.â€œDuring the past decade, advances in technology and media have ushered in a new era of visual learning,â€ continued Buchman. â€œWe continually consume information visually, and letterforms are a central and critical element of that visual world. It is imperative that we understand typography and its meaning as we navigate the global information age.â€The Center for Typography aligns with the Collegeâ€™s long-term strategy of convening new dialogues among a diverse community to shape and define culture, encourage relevance and social responsibility in art and design discourse and practice, and prepare graduates for leadership, research and creating at the highest level.â€œEstablishing the Center is the best way to honor Leahâ€™s memory as well as her extraordinary knowledge about typography, her deep passion and dedication to her students, and her commitment to give back to a field which she thoroughly cherished,â€ said philanthropist Lowell Milken, Leahâ€™s husband and chairman of the Lowell Milken Family Foundation. â€œShe was so pleased to know this was underway when discussions about the gift began some time ago.â€Renowned as a letterform expert, Leah taught at the College for more than 20 years and was a beloved member of the community. Throughout her career, she specialized in the creation of unique logotypes and typefaces for multiple industries and media. Corporate brands benefiting from her expert typographic eye include FedEx, Nokia, United Airlines and Disney.Since joining the faculty in 1992, Leah influenced a generation of graduates, many of whom have become internationally recognized experts in graphic design and typography. Notable former students include Mike Abbink, senior creative director at the Museum of Modern Art, and designer of the typefaces Kievet and Brando; Bryce Shawcross, graphic designer at Tesla Motors; Hansen Smith, art director at Magento, owned by eBay Inc.; and Josh Finklea, designer of the typeface Post Grotesque.Leahâ€™s profound dedication to teaching and her desire to give back to students was recognized in 2008 when she was presented with an Honorary Alumna designation from Art Center. She was also active in the Collegeâ€™s Legacy Circle, an alumni-led volunteer group raising support for student scholarships.In 2013, Leah received the Collegeâ€™s Distinguished Achievement Award in recognition of excellence in teaching, professional accomplishment and institutional service. Tributes at the ceremony hailed her extraordinary devotion to her students, whom she challenged and shaped, even as she respected their process of discovery. Her legendary high standards will be a focal point for the new Center.New Center to reinforce the value of letterform knowledge in contemporary visual cultureâ€œThis gift provides a distinct opportunity for the College to create a new model of typographic education, research and international discourse that will serve as a professional destination and global resource for creative and commercial development in the field,â€ said Nikolaus Hafermaas, chair of Art Centerâ€™s Graphic Design department. â€œWhile drawing from the rich history of typographic development, the Centerâ€™s activities will lead the charge in exploring the future of typography in print, digital, emerging media and the growing field of Transmedia Design.â€Interdisciplinary programming at the Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography will consist of classes, exhibitions, visiting lecturers and symposia. It will also significantly enhance and complement existing campus resources serving students and the international professional community, including the Collegeâ€™s Archetype Press letterpress printing facility and transdisciplinary study abroad partnerships. Additionally, the Center will support strategic alliances with other educational and professional organizations.A portion of the gift will be allocated to student scholarships and faculty development. Since 2007, the Lowell Milken Family Foundation has supported students enrolled in the Collegeâ€™s undergraduate, graduate and public programs.The gift will also help fund a South Campus renovation project to create a physical space for the Center as well as support public and professional educational programs related to the past, present and future of typography.About the Lowell Milken Family FoundationFounded in 1986 and located in Santa Monica, the Lowell Milken Family Foundation (lowellmilken.org) is based on a core belief that human capital remains the worldâ€™s most important asset and the decisive element in every endeavor. Education endures as the best means for cultivating human capital by developing the skills, knowledge and experiences to prepare people for rewarding and productive lives. Yet education can only have this power if delivered and received as part of a rigorous experience. LMFFâ€™s efforts are focused on groundbreaking, comprehensive initiatives that provide powerful opportunities for students, faculty and the community-at-large, such as the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching, the Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy at the UCLA School of Law, and the new Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography at Art Center College of Design.About Art Center College of DesignFounded in 1930 and located in Pasadena, California, Art Center College of Design (artcenter.edu) is a global leader in art and design education. Art Center offers 11 undergraduate and seven graduate degrees in a wide variety of visual and applied arts as well as industrial design disciplines. In addition to its top-ranked academic programs, the College also serves members of the Greater Los Angeles region through a highly regarded series of year-round educational programs for all ages and levels of experience. Renowned for both its ties to industry and social impact initiatives, Art Center is the first design school to receive the United Nationsâ€™ Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) status. Throughout the Collegeâ€™s long and storied history, Art Center alumni have had a profound impact on popular culture, the way we live and important issues in our society. Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Your email address will not be published. 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