online games

Blizzard Markets an Inferno: The Launch of Diablo III

Image from: Forbes Blizzard Entertainment is renowned for developing and publishing revolutionary games. Their products are so powerful that many have become household names and each time Blizzard releases a game, the gaming industry is forced to conform to new and increasingly rigorous standards. Battle.net is Blizzard’s unified product portfolio website, where customers can buy any of the three franchise games of Starcraft, World of Warcraft, and Diablo. Battle.net is

Online Gaming Co.’s Scrabbling for Traffic

Image from: Games Image / Shutterstock I have to admit between my Facebook News Feed, TweetDeck, Barstool Sports, and combing YouTube for new funny cat videos, my workdays at Compete are pretty filled up.  However, even with my busy schedule, I always try to make time for online games. Whether I’m pwning Zombies with my Plants on Popcap, Scrabbling it up on Pogo, or Spinning the Wheel of Fortune for

Despite Social Media Campaigns, Games Still Dominate Nabisco’s Referrals

Image from: Nabisco Today is the 100th birthday of the Oreo cookie, and Kraft Foods is pulling out all the stops. Back in February, they launched a limited edition “Birthday Cake” version of the classic treat, in order to gain attention for their big day. On Facebook, Oreo launched their “Celebrate the Kid Inside” interactive campaign. From their Facebook page, users are urged to share their favorite Oreo stories, including