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Facebook Games, Buy Nothing Day, Google Comment Spam

  • circa 2008, but still interesting info… “I completely agree. As Matt notes in his post, there have been two paths to success for Facebook games. One has been to build lightweight “proto-games” that spread virally on the back of self expression or communicaiton. The other has been to build true games with complex and engaging game dynamics. These games do not grow as rapidly, but they do draw much higher daily engagement rates.” go read the whole thing

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