Much can be said about the size of the Hispanic market and its spending power. The importance of this segment to our businesses is undeniable.
Panic marketing has good intentions – to counteract a disaster of some sort – which is why it can be so insidious. Worse, however, is when we justify panic marketing as a means to “loyalize” customers – something that does not happen through marketing in and of itself.
A casino conference is an excellent opportunity to network with other marketers and learn new things. It is also a great place to find out what is going on in online gambling, currently impacting nearly every operation. You might even meet some potential partners, vendors, and (if you are B2B) clients. But how do you choose and how do you make the most of your investment? Find out here.
Branding is a crucial part of any business and its marketing, but for casinos, it can mean the difference between being good and being great because it can elevate the identity from commodity to an emotional connection that will lead to loyalty and financial rewards.
Casino marketing requires a special set of skills as Liam Neeson would say. Changes in staffing. Changes in customer attention and acquisition. New tools and channels. They all require a certain set of skills.
Marketing has always been about getting the right message to the right person at the right time. To reach today’s audiences, you must be present where they are – in the digital world. However, engaging them to create connection (and avoid being blocked or silenced), you must deliver what THEY are looking for. Done successfully, this can positively impact your marketing from awareness to conversion.