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If This Campaign was a Game, Would I Play It?
 

If This Campaign was a Game, Would I Play It?

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There’s no doubt that game developers have been creating engaging experiences for a lot longer than brands have. And it’s undeniable that the motivations of gamers – achievement, competition, ...

There’s no doubt that game developers have been creating engaging experiences for a lot longer than brands have. And it’s undeniable that the motivations of gamers – achievement, competition, cooperation and immersion – strongly appeal to a millennial audience. For instance, when it comes to immersion, Skyrim offers a massive world for players to explore for hundreds of hours.

So why can’t brands follow suit?

Some brands have in fact jumped on the bandwagon such as how The Hunger Games’ in-universe Web sites immersed fans in the world of the films and novels. More brands should think about how they can better engage their consumers by getting into the mindset of a game maker. It’s not about adding some level of gamification to marketing campaigns but more about honing in on the same emotions that get gamers engaged with the games.

Shankar Gupta is looking forward to sharing how the motivations game makers do such a fantastic job of tapping into can also be harnessed by brand marketers.

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