The game my kids chose to play on the iPad last night wasn’t RealRacingHD, a great first-person perspective 3D racing game. It wasn’t ESPN Pinball, the most realistic pinball game I’ve seen in a long time. It wasn’t Labrynth 2 HD either.
We have made a ton of progress on the backend of the site. We have a lobby, chat and some game functions working already. So, we’re well on our way. Now, what should we call it?
I want to wish you all a very Merry Wintermas and Happy Festivus to one and all! Enjoy this, my first blog post from 1974.
I could begin this review by pointing out Torchlight’s obvious connections to the highly successful Diablo series. Hell, every other reviewer is. And it makes sense, seeing that Torchlight’s creators are the ones who designed the first two Diablo games. But I’m not going to tell you that. Oh, shoot…I just did. Okay, but I’m not going to elaborate on it.
The problem I see with most of the discussions around social media ROI in the real estate industry is that the product real estate agents sell, a house, is not an impulse buy and the decision to use one agent over another, a completely different kind of conversion, is not a simple decision. If they were, we could focus on conversion alone and be done. But they’re not. So, the focus on conversion to the exclusion of all other sales or marketing objectives is simply wrong.