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  • We are here at SVBG because we all know the need for businesses to network, so why only ‘network’ for 2 hours a week (or month). The use of ‘social’ media in
  • A simple way of illustrating the differences in some of the networks
  • Average age of gamers in years: 37 The average age of the most frequent game purchaser : 41 years55% of gamers play games on their phones or mobile devices% of youth playing computer & video games: 97% of female gamers: 42 (In fact, women over the age of 18 represent a significantly greater  portion of the game-playing population (37 percent) than boys age 17 or younger (13 percent).)% of gamers older than Fifty (2011): 29 (an increase from 9% in 1999; This figure is sure to rise in coming years with nursing homes and  senior centers across the nation now incorporating video games into  their activities.)Percent of gamers who play games with other gamers in person: 6568%  of parents believe that game play provides mental  stimulation or education, 57% believe games encourage their  family to spend to time together, and 54% believe that game play helps their children connect with their friends.46.6% of surveyed German employees playing games during working hours: daily, 10.0%; several times a week, 15.5%; once a week, 7.0%; once per month, 3.6%; less than once per month, 10.6%61% of surveyed CEOs and CFOs are playing games during their working hoursHighest proportion of active gamers by country in percentage of the population (National Gamers Survey 2011):Germany: 66%Mexico: 57%Russia: 53%UK: 52%Brazil: 47%USA: 42%Time spent gaming per day in the US: 215,000,000 hours
  • Leaderborads are a way of keeping track of scores
  • Game On!

    1. 1. Game On!
    2. 2. Business or Social?
    3. 3. Did You Know?
    4. 4. Business or Social?• Social media includes web-based and mobile based technologies which are used to turn communication into interactive dialogue between organizations, communities, and individuals ..... Businesses.....
    5. 5. Smartphones
    6. 6. Too late to be early adopters‘?Dont become left behinders
    7. 7. SVBG on Facebook
    8. 8. SVBG on Facebook
    9. 9. Twitter
    10. 10. So I tweeted
    11. 11. QR Codes
    12. 12. Leaderboards
    13. 13. Why?• Recognition• Reward• Status• Achievement• Competition• Collaboration• Self-expression and altruism.
    14. 14. Twitter• 140 characters long• Hashtags #SVBG• Mentions @ svbgnetworking• RT• DM
    15. 15. What counts?• SVBG membership• Twitter and Facebook posts• Attending networking meeting• Invite guests
    16. 16. Why?• Raise profile of SVBG• Raise your own profile• Champion Networker• ......
    17. 17. How to join in• Let me know your twitter ID• Tweet about SVBG• Connect on Facebook and post, like, share• Attend FSB and other networking events• Invite guests to SVBG